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Intro to Art- Chapter 1 Review
Mr. Brown's, Summer Intro to Art Chapter One Review Questions
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Explain the difference between fine art and applied art.
Fine art has no other job except to be art. Applied art has another function.
What is content?
art and what it's about
Explain the term "political content"
has a point of view- used to educate and persuade
How does critical opinion affect our response to a work of art?
what others thing- we tend to agree it sets the vale of almost everything
Define "Realism" as it relates to fine art.
shows both the good and the bad of the subject
Define "Beauty" as the textbook defines it.
a celebration of aesthetic form
Define the term "figurative" as it's used in a fine arts context.
you recognize something from the outside world
Define "Two Dimensional"
flat or 2-D
What does as "Industrial Designer" do?
design an object for mass production
Give three examples of Industrial Art"
a bell, doorknobs, shoes, kitchen utensils
Give an example of fine art
sculpture or painting
Give an example of applied art
vase or basket
Explain the content of a specific work of art
Tomiko in bath about Love? Pollution?, Statue of Liberty- about Liberty
Give an example of a specific work of art with political content
War Poster or Vanity Fair Magazine Cover
Give an example and explain why you think your example of Realism art is realistic
Clay Boots or Messy Table Cloth- These two things look VERY realistic, but they still show the flaws and imperfections of the items displayed.
Give an example of a figurative work of art.
Two lines that turn into the image of a chair with a third line added
Give an example of a two-dimensional artwork.
Drawings, paintings, or a graphic
What word is used to describe an image or work of art in which no reference is made to objects from the physical world?
Nonfigurative, Nonobjective, Nonrepresentational
What do you call artworks that are designed to convey a strong message or sell the viewer on a specific idea, for example, a war poster?
What is the name for the basic components of the visual arts: line, shape, form, space, texture, lighting, etc.?
Elements of Design
Rather than take images or events from outside themselves as subjects, many artists have explored their own interior worlds. The book refers to this form of content as what?
What do we call the organizing factors in the visual arts? These include repetition, variety, contrast, rhythm, balance, etc.
Principles of Design
Would private art be good to use as propaganda? Why or why not?
No, it needs public exposure to work.
Is it possible for private art to become public are at some time in its' existence?
it is all about intent. It needs to be put in a public place.
Give an example of how private art might come about be public art.
Imagery existing only in the imagination is called what?
A quest for immortality. The art lives on after the artist or owner has passed. What is this called?
When the owner of the art gains prestige through ownership, we refer to it as this...
Power & Prestige
When an artist has a compulsion to make art without regards to profit or reward we refer to it as this...
How is art used for spiritual purposes?
Evoke, Visualize, and Appease Deities
How something affects your senses (taste, smell, vision)
political art taken to an extreme
Give an example of Elements of Design:
pile of bricks
Give an example of Principles of Design (building upon the example used of Elements of Design)...
How you arrange that pile of bricks
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