Art Basics - Final Exam
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The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture is known as:
Which group of colors lists the primary colors?
Red, yellow, blue
Which group lists the secondary colors?
Orange, green, violet
Red + blue =
Combining a primary color with another primary color creates a:
Green + blue =
Combining a primary color with a secondary color creates a:
Tertiary (intermediate) color
Which of the following is unique to only primary colors?
No other colors can be combined to make them.
When creating a TINT of a color, you add:
When you add a SHADE of a color, you add:
True or false, there are two types of texture.
Actual texture refers to:
Texture you physically feel
Implied texture refers to:
Texture that you see
How we get around in a work of art:
The creation of a focal area in a work of art:
Means that all is in harmony. Variety adds interest:
The difference between elements in artwork:
Decorates surfaces with planned, repeated units:
The repetition of shapes, lines, and forms is?
The comfortable arrangement of things in art is:
Refers to dark and light:
In 3 dimensions, it is actual. In 2 dimensions, it is an illusion:
Describes the feel of an actual surface:
Describes objects that are 3 dimensional having length, width, and height:
A point that moves through space:
There must be light to see:
A flat enclosed area that has 2 dimensions:
Which of these is not a variation of a line?
Length, width, texture
Lines that have a slope, lines are not vertical or horizontal:
Lines that have a smooth bend to them:
Lines that are parallel to the top and bottom of your paper, lines move from side to side:
Lines that have sharp bends, combinations of diagonal, horizontal, and vertical lines:
Lines that are parallel to the sides of your paper, lines move up and down:
Principles of Design
Movement, emphasis, pattern, rhythm, balance, contrast, unity
Elements of Art
Space, texture, form, line, color, shape, value
5 Elements that Help Create Perspective:
1.) color 2.) overlapping 3.) size 4.) detail 5.) placement
A graphic system that creates the illusion of depth and volume on a two-dimensional surface
A way of using lines to show distance and depth
A point on the horizon line where lines appear to meet
As parallel lines move away from you, they seem closer together toward the horizon line