5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- tromp l'oeil
- diminution of value
- a the distillation of the image to the basic essentials for clarity of presentation
- b An arrangement of elements and systems on a 2d surface; intentional organization plane. A complete world within the frame
- c The act or process of diminishing value, by way of its recession in space, to an overall darker or lighter state.
- d where the artist fools you into thinking that all or part of a painting is the real thing, from the French for "decieves the eye". Objects are often in sharp focus and depicted in meticulous detail
- e A continuous surface limited by edges
5 Multiple choice questions
- the space that the subject of an artwork or the space before the subject, inhabits. Often times the actual viewpoint of the image inhabits the foreground of the image.
- compares elements to one another in terms of size, quantity, or degree of emphasis. It may be expressed as a ratio, or may be a more generalized relativity
- a departure from the accepted perception of a from or object, often manipulating conventional proportions
- Differences achieved by opposing, contrasting, changing, elaborating, or divesifying elements in a composition to add individualism and interest; the counterweight of harmony in art
- A visually perceived area defined by value, line, color, texture, and/or space. Shapes can be organic, geometric, abstract, representational, complex or simple.
5 True/False questions
rhythmn → a series of visual elements that show order or near order by repeating themselves in a regular or irregular way
geometric shapes → Simple mechanical shapes defined by mathematical formulas, which can be produced using the implements found in geometry sets: triangles, rectangles, and circles
hatching → State of order, visual unity, agreement or asthetically pleasing relationships among the elements of a whole
line → 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
minor forces → the movements you see in a composition after study, that support the dominant or subdominant structure