[moov-muhnt] : The suggestion of motion in a work of art, either by represented gesture in figurative painting or sculpture or by the relationship of structural elements in a design or composition.
[im-pas-toh, im-pah-stoh] : A technique used in painting, where paint is laid on an area of the surface (or the entire canvas) very thickly, usually thickly enough that the brush or painting-knife strokes are visible. Paint can also be mixed right on the canvas. When dry, impasto provides texture, the paint appears to be coming out of the canvas.
[teks-cher] : The characteristic visual and tactile quality of the surface of a work of art resulting from the way in which the materials are used.