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# Art Final ExamReview

1. What is the definition of a line? a. Marks made by a point moving a long a surface.
2. Name the four types of lines: a. Vertical, Horizontal, Diagonal, and Parallel
3. Choose a correct example of a Vertical Line: c. Flagpole
4. What describes a parallel line? c. Two lines traveling side by side but never touching to infinity
5. Name the two characteristics of lines are: b. Curvey and zig zag
6. Define what a regular contour line drawing is: a. A line that shows a form or an edge
8. When drawing a blind contour, what will the artist be looking at while drawing? c. Their object
9. Choose the best description for a continuous contour line drawing a. The artist never picks up their pencil
Line can also create… b. Emotion
10. Hiroshige created a sense of _________ by using horizontal lines. b. Calm
11. In Vincent Van Vogh’s “The Starry Night,” Vincent created a sense of “excitement” by using the following technique. b. Short, curvey lines
12. As discussed in class, what was the story Hiroshige was trying to tell? b. Peaceful story of fisherman working
14. What are the 7 Elements of Art? a. Line, Shape, Value, Texture, Color, Form, and Space
15. The word “organic” tell us that the shape is _______________? c. Something that is living
19. What element allows us to recognize what we are looking at? c. Value
22. Symmetrical Balance is: a. Mirrored reflection of design.
24. Pattern is b. Continuous repetition of line, shape, and color.
25. What was an interesting fact about Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” did we discuss? c. Vincent painted it from memory.
28. What is “Color Theory”? b. Visual quality of an object caused by the amount of light reflected and absorbed.
29. Primary Colors are: c. Red, Blue, and Yellow
30. Why are “Primary Colors” the first colors? a. No colors can mix to create these colors.
31. Newton discovered that light is the combination of the 7 colors of the color wheel by: a. Seeing light shine through a prism in a dark room.
32. Secondary Colors are created by mixing 2: a. Primary Colors.
33. How do artists create a mood by using colors? b. They use a specific combination of colors
34. The Cool Colors are: b. Blue, Violet, and Green
35. Hue is another word for : c. Color
36. When creating a Tint, I always add: b. Hue to white
When painting, value is _____ or _____ of a hue: a. Intensity or brightness
38. Intensity of a hue means: a. A hue’s brightness or dullness
39. Intermediate colors are the colors: a. Between a primary and secondary color on the color wheel b. Created by mixing a primary and secondary color
40. A shade is created by b. Adding black to a hue
41. What’s one reason an artist would change the intensity in a painting? To contrast between bright and dull objects
43. What is a Pure Color? c. A color right out of the tube of paint
44. A monochromatic painting is created by a. One color using tints and shades.
45. Neutral color scheme creates a mood of: a. Calm and quiet
46. Complimentary colors are placed: b. Directly across each other from the color wheel
47. Analogous color schemes are colors side by side and… a. Share a common hue
48. On the color theory video, what happened to the color of the giant tree when he rode away on his motorcycle? b. The color became less intense
42. Color Scheme is: b. A planned combination of colors.
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