Why is line a primary means of visual communication? Lines do not have to be explained with text. Lines are inherently symbolic. Everyone can make a line. It is a basic means of recording and documenting ideas. Good job!
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It is a basic means of recording and documenting ideas.
Overlapping objects on a two-dimensional plane is one way to
achieve depth on a flat surface.
create a sense of open form.
fit in more objects.
confuse the viewer about spatial placement.achieve depth on a flat surface.When is a vanishing point necessary in a painting?
when using atmospheric perspective
when using linear perspective
when using overlapping shapes
when using a horizon linewhen using linear perspectiveWhat is one way that traditional Chinese painters created atmospheric perspective?
They used light washes of ink and color on paper to suggest distant mountains.
They drew overlapping mountains.
They used one-point perspective.
They used two-point perspective.They used light washes of ink and color on paper to suggest distant mountains.Which of the following is a visual media where the impression of time can be compressed, expanded, run backward, and rewound?
filmfilmWhat concept of time did Italian fifteenth-century narrative paintings demonstrate?
eternallinearWhat is kinetic art?
art that movesart that movesChiaroscuro is a technique used to create
a sense of three-dimensional space in a painting.
the illusion of rounded forms.
a thickly built-up surface of paint on the canvas.
an expressive mood by using different values of the same hue.the illusion of rounded forms.What is one reason that contemporary artists use artificial light as a medium?
They have abandoned traditional media.
Light is an inexpensive medium.
Light can radiate into the viewer's space.
They can see the work.Light can radiate into the viewer's space.Daniel Chester French wanted spotlights installed above his sculpture of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial in order to
change the sculpture's expressive impact.
ensure 24-hour access to the monument.
protect the sculpture from possible vandals.
improve visitors' ability to see facial details.change the sculpture's expressive impact.Which creators rely most on light primary colors in their work?
oildigitalWhat color grouping produces the strongest contrasts when used side by side?
intermediatecomplementaryThe most vibrant color sensations in modern four-color printing come from
highly saturated colors.
using primary colors.
placing tiny drops of pure hues next to each other.placing tiny drops of pure hues next to each other.Which of the following is characteristic of a highly saturated painting?
intense use of color
monochromatic use of color
use of primary colors
use of thickly applied paintintense use of colorHow did van Gogh create texture in his paintings?
He used a variety of different lines.
He used thick paint to show obvious brushstrokes.
He used highly saturated colors.
He used highly contrasting colors.He used thick paint to show obvious brushstrokes.What technique did Alê Abreu use to create texture in his digital work?
He incorporated hand and digital drawing.
He used photographs.
He used highly saturated colors.
He used thick paint.He incorporated hand and digital drawingIn a painting, a simulated texture
is always the actual size of what is being represented.
looks like the real thing being represented.
is only possible with thinly painted surfaces.
looks and feels like the real thing being represented.
Submitlooks like the real thing being represented.What kind of line does Edward Hopper use in New York Movie to divide theatre space from lobby space?
Edward Hopper. NEW YORK MOVIE. 1939. Oil on canvas. 32" x 40".
ragged, irregular lines
hard line, soft line
diagonal lineshard line, soft lineWhen experiencing the work You and I, Horizontal (III), viewers can
completely erase the lines.
change the color of the lines.
control the lines using sounds.
interrupt the lines and alter them at willinterrupt the lines and alter them at willWhat did Andrea di Leone use to organize his composition Tobit Burying the Dead?
triangular implied lines
simulated texturestriangular implied linesWhy does the fish shape in The Rarely Glimpsed Junkfish function as negative space?
The fish shape is smaller than the background.
The fish shape is recognizable from the mouth and eye.
The artist used white paint.
The artist left the space blank and used ink and charcoal on the background.The artist left the space blank and used ink and charcoal on the background.What effect might best be achieved by a sculpture with closed form?
a sense of fragile delicacy
a sense of joyful emotion
a sense of overwhelming power
a sense of dynamic movementa sense of overwhelming powerWhat makes Man Pointing an open form?
It is highly textured.
It is monochromatic.
It is a thin, linear form with outstretched arms.
It is cast in bronze.It is a thin, linear form with outstretched arms.What is one way that ancient Egyptian artists clarified visual space in their paintings?
They only used two colors.
They stylized objects and figures.
They painted in one-point perspective.
They portrayed objects from easily identifiable angles.They portrayed objects from easily identifiable angles.What distinguishes Paul Cézanne's treatment of space in his Still Life with Apples from Raphael's in The School of Athens?
Cézanne uses overlapping to suggest space.
Cézanne provides a horizon line for the viewer.
Cézanne calls attention to the flatness of his canvas.
Cézanne uses chiaroscuro to give objects mass.Cézanne calls attention to the flatness of his canvas.What technique is used in Asher Brown Durand's Kindred Spirits to create a sense of three-dimensional space?
atmospheric perspectiveatmospheric perspectiveWhich best describes the role of time in Christian Marclay's installation The Clock?
It disrupts linear time by combining random clips.
It presents multiple clips in real time.
It highlights time's passage by slowing down image sequences.
It compresses time by combining fragmented images.
SubmitIt presents multiple clips in real time.What detail of Jenny Holzer's Untitled emphasizes her use of implied motion?
controlled lighting on the extended helix of light boards
installation on a ramp
graphic quality of the letters
inclusion of short phrasescontrolled lighting on the extended helix of lightKeith Sonnier's use of light in works like Motordom forces an increased awareness of the
passage of time.
prismatic effects of color.
emotional impact of color.surrounding space.When mixing pigments, white is added to produce a
tint.tintWhich color scheme did Jennifer Bartlett use in Path?
analogousanalogousViewers may have a strong response to Meret Oppenheim's Object because of its
simulated texture.actual texture.