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Art exams review

What is “Color Theory”? Artists create a mood or feeling in their artworks.
Primary Colors are: Red, Blue, and Yellow
Why are “Primary Colors” the first colors? No colors can mix to create these colors.
Newton discovered that light is the combination of the 7 colors of the color wheel by: Seeing light shine through a prism in a dark room.
Secondary Colors are created by mixing 2: Primary Colors.
How do artists create a mood by using colors? They use a specific combination of colors.
The Cool Colors are: Blue, Violet, and Green
Hue is another word for : Color
When creating a Tint, I always add: Hue to white
When painting, value is _____ or _____ of a hue: Light or dark
Intensity of a hue means: A hue’s brightness or dullness
Intermediate colors are the colors: Both A and B
A shade is created by: Adding black to a hue
What’s one reason an artist would change the intensity in a painting? To contrast between bright and dull objects.
Color Scheme is: A planned combination of colors.
What is a Pure Color? A color right out of the tube of paint
A monochromatic painting is created by : One color using tints and shades.
Neutral color scheme creates a mood of: Calm and quiet
Complimentary colors are placed: Directly across each other from the color wheel
Analogous color schemes are colors side by side and… Share a common hue
On the color theory video, what happened to the color of the giant tree when he rode away on his motorcycle? The color became less intense
What’s the meaning behind hand building? Building clay with your hands
Pinch pot method is using … Creating a ball of clay and inserting the thumb and pinching to create a bowl or cup.
When we discussed slab built, slabs are … Flatten pieces of clay no thicker than ½ inch thick.
Coils are: Thin ropes of clay creating by rolling clay.
When we watched the video on “Throwing,” what was the person doing? Use a potter’s wheel to create a clay object by spinning the clay.
What is the 2nd stage of dryness? Leatherhard
Name me one of the pro’s to have clay at the leather hard stage. It holds it shape and can still add to it.
What’s one of the downsides to clay being in the greenware stage? Its very breakable.
Define the difference between the terms Ceramic and Clay. Ceramic is clay, but after it’s been fired
What is a kiln? An electric fire pit used to fire clay
What material is used to make a printblock for relief printmaking? Wood
In a relief sculpture or printblock, the object or image is… Left raised up
Intaglio printmaking is an opposite style of… Relief
When creating an Intaglio block, the image is… Cut into the block
An Intaglio Printblock is usually made of… Metal
Lithography Printmaking is based on the idea that… Oil will repel water
Which is the most widely used style of printmaking? Lithography
What tools are used for Lithography Printmaking? A stone and a greasy crayon
In Lithography Printmaking, as a replacement for stone, you can also use… Aluminum
To create highlights using Lithography Printmaking, you… Scratch the stone
In Screen Printing, what was the liquid that was used to transfer an image onto? Photo emulsion
In Screen Printing, what did the artist use to transfer their image? UV Light
After the image is transferred to a “Screen,” the ink is pressed through the template with a… creating a print on the t-shirt. Squeegee
Name the four types of lines Vertical, Horizontal, Diagonal, and Parallel
What element allows us to recognize what we are looking at? Value
What are the 7 Elements of Art? Line, Shape, Value, Texture, Color, Form, and Space
An mirroed image is an example of: Symmetrical Design
Choose a correct example of a Vertical Line: Flagpole
If the light is on the left of this person, will a shadow be casted on the left, right, or middle? Right
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