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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- vanishing point
- a A line that crosses and defines the surface undulations between, or up to, the outermost edges of shapes or objects
- b In linear perspective, the point at which converging parallel lines appear to meet on the line of the horizon. There may be one or more vanishing points.
- c In art, the line that defines the outermost limits of an object or a drawn or painted shape, It is sometimes considered to be synonymous with "outline"; as such, it indicates an edge that also may be defined by the extremities of darks, lights, textures or colors.
- d The exact duplication of appearances in mirror like repetition on either side of a (usually imaginary) straight-lined central axis.
- e The path of a moving point that is made by a tool, instrument, or medium as it moves across an area. A line is usually made visible because it contrasts in value with its surroundings
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The quality of lightness or darkness of a line, shape, form or space without the presence of hue. It is used as a way to describe elements or as a system to organize composition. High contrast value advances, low contrast value recedes
- actual physical texture that can be felt or touched, a surface characteristic of teh material or a result of how paint or sculptural material has been manipulated by the artist
- The placement of elements in a composition so that they imply completion beyond the boundary of the picture plane, or give the appearance of infinite space
- Having unlike, or non-corresponding appearances- "without symmetry."
- 1. The manifestation through artistic form of a thought, emotion, or a quality of meaning. 2. In art, expression is synonymous with the term content.
5 True/False Questions
implied shape → A shape created or suggested by the psychological connection of spaces or their edges, creating the visual appearance of a shape that does not physically exists.
mixed media → eye travel directed by visual pathways in a work of art
implied line → Occurs when opposing or interacting forms are out of equilibrium in a composition
curvilinear shapes → Shapes based on the sinuous organic shapes found in nature.
frottage → artwork created by assembling and pasting various materials onto a two-dimentsional surface, often combining them with painted or drawn passgaes; from the French verb coller, to glue or stick