Woodcut is considered what type of printmaking process?
a.relief b.intaglio c.planographic d.engravinge.etching
Engraving is a type of ________ process.
a. relief b.intaglio c.planographic d.matrixe.burin
The wood engraving is considered what type of process?
a.etching b.intaglio c.laminated d.burine.relief
Drypoint printmaking is considered a(n) ________ process.
a.relief b.intaglio c.planographic d.laminatede.serigraph
________ is the oldest form of printmaking.
a.Woodcut b.Engraving c.Etching d.Drypoint e.Serigraphy
Which printmaking process uses acid to make the lines?
a.woodcut b.engraving c.etching d.serigraphy e.wood engraving
The ________ image is raised from the surface of the matrix.
a.woodcut b.engraving c.etching d.serigraphy e.lithography
The burin is the favored tool for working on a(n) ________.
a.woodcut b.silkscreen c.etching d.engraving e.lithograph
The printmaking process begins with a design or image made in or on a surface by hitting or pressing with a ________.
a.special ink b.roller c.tool d.matrixe.paper
Printmaking processes are divided into four major categories: relief, intaglio, lithography, and ________.
a.engraving b.serigraphy c.drypoint d.lithography e.aquatint
The images in printmaking are usually rendered in ________.
The subtle tonal gradations achieved by the mezzotint process can be duplicated with a much easier and quicker etching technique called ________.
a.wood engraving b.engraving c.aquatint d.drypoint e.lithography
Another word for silkscreen printing is ________.
a.lithography b.stamping c.photo-transfer d.aquatint e.serigraphy
________ is credited with performing the first successful experiments in cinematography.
Intaglio prints are derived from designs or images that lie ________ the surface of the matrix.
a.above b.on c.below d.across e.around
In the ________, editing permits the audience glimpses of the future.
a.flashback b.close-ups c.long shots d.parallel editing e.flash-forward
He proved that a galloping horse has all four feet off the ground at once during parts of the gallop.
a.Muybridge b.Blake c.Paik d.Edisone.Berkeley
As photographers found ways of recording and expressing themselves in photography, which artists were able to pursue more abstract work?
a.filmmakers b.video artists c.art historians d.critics e.painters
While many American actors were embattled in Europe and the Pacific during World War II, Ronald Reagan was making films for the United States that depicted the valor of the Allied soldiers.
The camera _________________ could be a box or an actual room with a small hole that admits light through one wall.
In an _________________ , a motion picture is created by photographing a series of drawings.
A pliable material, such as clay or wax, is shaped into a three-dimensional form in __.
a.carving b.modeling c.casting d.construction e.assemblage
A liquid material is poured into a mold in which sculpture process?
a.casting b.carving c.construction d.modeling e.readymade
The lost-wax technique pertains to which sculpture process?
a.carving b.modeling c.construction d.casting e.readymade
The sculptor cuts away portions of the material until the desired form is achieved in a(n) ________. a. construction sculpture b. modeling process c.additive process d.assemblage sculpture e.subtractive process
Sculpture is the art of carving, casting, modeling, or assembling materials into ________-dimensional figures or forms.
a.three b.two c.poly d.multie.one
Forms are built from materials such as wood, paper, string, sheet metal, and wire when an artist creates work in the technique called ________.
a.additive process b.subtractive process c.modeling process d.carving process e.readymade sculpture
The term used in connection with sculptures that actually move is ________.
a.ecological b.optical c.mechanicald.malleable e.kinetic
The most likely way of handling bronze for sculpture is in the technique known as ________.
A last step in the casting process is ________.
a.gates b.investiture c.burnishing d.kilne.mold
The most likely way of using sheet metal in sculpture is in the technique called ___.
a.carving b.construction c.casting d.modelinge.mechanical
The most likely way of turning marble into a piece of sculpture is through the ________ technique.
Projecting parts of wood sculpture are less likely to break off than would similar projections in stone sculpture because wood has greater _________________ strength.
_________________ is a form of constructed sculpture in which pre-existing, or found, objects are integrated into combinations that take on a life and meaning of their own.
In earthworks or land art, large amounts of earth or land are shaped into a sculpture. True False
For thousand of years we have used sculpture to portray visions of the gods, saints, and devils. Religious people in earlier times, and some even now, believe that their _________________ actually dwell within the material they sculpt.
In mixed-media works, sculptors use materials and ready-made or found objects that are not normally the elements of a work of art. True False
As bronze and copper sculptures age, the surface is affected by oxidation; the resulting surface alteration is called rust. True False
. Large-scale out-of-doors environmental sculptures are called:
(a) additive (b) relief (c) earthwork (d) casting
7. Art that is produced in or for one location and is not intended to be relocated. (a) land art (b) Ephemeral art (c) Monument (d) Public art (e) Site-specific art
site specific art
5. A type of site-specific public art that is intended to preserve the memory of a person or an event. (a) land art (b) Ephemeral art (c) Monument (d) Public art (e) Site-specific art
4. Works that have a temporary immediacy or are built with the recognition that they will disintegrate is: (a) land art (b) Ephemeral art (c) Monument (d) Public art (e) Site-specific art
3. A sculptural work that you can actually enter is called:
(a) Earthwork (b) Environmental (c) Tableau (d) Model
2. Site-specific work that is created or marked by an artist within natural surroundings is called: (a) land art (b) Ephemeral art (c) Monument (d) Public art (e) Site-specific art
6. Works created for public spacesare: (a) land art (b) Ephemeral art (c) Monument (d) Public art (e) Site-specific art
In ________ construction two uprights support a horizontal piece.
Post and Lintele
Stonehenge, the Temple of Amen-Re in Egypt, and the Parthenon in Greece were all built using which of the following techniques?
a.post -and lintel b.truss c.vaulting d.truss e.dome
post and lintel
A mass-production form of carpentry, dating back to the turn of the 20th century, is known as ________.
a.shell architecture b.post-and-beam construction c.balloon framing d.dry masonry e.prefab
The wedge-shaped blocks of stone in an arch are called ________.
a.keystones b.centering c.trusses d.centering e.voussoirs
In both the sciences and the arts, we strive to weave our experiences into coherent bodies of knowledge and to communicate them.
________ is slightly porous or fully nonporous and is used for most dinnerware and much ceramic sculpture.
a.Earthenware b.Terra-cotta c.Stoneware d.Porcelain e.Bisque
Faith Ringgold is well known for her ________ quilts.
a.abstract designs on her b.narrative c.thin wood d.batike.embroidered
The familiarity of many product packages has provided a fertile inspiration for ________.
a.architecture b.weaving c.pop art d.metals e.graphic design
In ________ the design is put on the cloth by needlework.
a.printing b.embroidery c.tie-dyeing d.batik e.weaving
What use for metal work is ever growing in popularity and spans history and geography?
a.AIDS b.enamel c.griffins d.embossing e.body ornament
________ is made from fine, white kaolin clay and other materials and is used for fine dinnerware.
a.Earthenware b.Terra-cotta c.Stoneware d.Porcelain e.Bisque