Style is the way in which something is said, done, expressed, or performed. It deals with the handling of distinctive elements and particular media. There are several different styles of art, including abstract, cubism, expressionism, fauvism, impressionism pointillism, pop art, postimpressionism, realism, and surrealism. Some of the most renowned artists had different styles. Pablo Picasso was well known for his cubism, which isn’t supposed to look real. When painting in this style, generally geometric shapes are used to show what the painter is trying say.
You also have a painter like Vincent Van Gogh, who has more of a postimpressionist style, in that he paints more landscapes and still lifes. It should also be noted that this style uses a lot of color and shadow.
Finally, if you look at an artist like Leonardo Da Vinci, he was more of a realist, expressing art as it would appear in real life.
Resolution is how many linear pixels fit in an unit of measure, like an inch or centimeter; this directly effects the quality of the image as well as the size. The best way to understand this term is by observing the changes of an image when resolution is changed in an image:
The differences between the two pictures are most likely due to a few variables. The type of camera used to capture the first image could take more mega-pixels than the camera used for the second image. The second image is also over compressed, making it appear more pixelated.
Kinetic Art is a form of art made up of parts designed to be set in motion by an internal mechanism or an external stimulus. Some sort of motor or gust of wind usually triggers the moving parts in kinetic art, specifically in kinetic sculptures (see below left). Kinetic drawing makes use of the critical balance and creates 3D drawings from various materials. These pictures are based on kinetic movement overall, as can be seen in the following image (see below right).