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Define orthogonal lines
a) Lines that support a large structure b) The lines that go from the object one is drawing 3 dimensionally, to the vanishing point. c) Lines that go from one diagonal of a square to the opposite corner d) Lines that divide the face into proper proportions.
In the steps to art criticism, what is discussed in the JUDGEMENT section?
a) tell if the artwork is visually successful and why b) List ONE principle of design and the element that makes it happen, c) tell the story that you think the piece of art might be about d) completely describe everything in the piece of art leaving no details out
In the steps to art criticism, what is discussed in the INTERPRETATION section?
a) completely describe everything in the piece of art leaving no details out b) tell the story that you think the piece of art might be about c) List ONE principle of design and the element that makes it happen, d) tell if the artwork is visually successful and why
In the steps to art criticism, what is discussed in the ANALYSIS section?
a) tell if the artwork is visually successful and why b) List ONE principle of design and the element that makes it happen, c) tell the story that you think the piece of art might be about d) completely describe everything in the piece of art leaving no details out
Can the Principles of design work without the elements of design?
a) Yes b) No c) d)
In the steps to art criticism, what is discussed in the Description section?
a) completely describe everything in the piece of art leaving no details out b) tell the story that you think the piece of art might be about c) List ONE principle of design and the element that makes it happen, d) tell if the artwork is visually successful and why
How did Renaissance artists use foreshortening?
a) To sculpt something shorter. b) To melt metal for sculpting. c) To make someting look flat with texture d) To show extream depth
Techniques that can be used to create a grayscale include all except
a) Cross hatching b) stippling c) shading with pressure d) gesture
When drawing or painting, name a drawing technique to make objects look three dimensional
a) cross contour shading b) cross hatching shading c) blending d) gesture
What is the Fibonacci sequence?
a) 1,3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15.... b) 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, etc.. c) 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, etc... d) 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 11, 21, 32, etc
How do you create a golden rectangle?
a) Create a rectangle whose sides are two consecutive numbers in the Fibonacci sequence. b) Create a rectangle whose sides are prime. c) Create a rectangle whose sides are equal to the square of the hypotenuse.. d) Create a rectangle whose sides are gold.
All of the following are examples of the golden ratio in the human body EXCEPT
a) DNA b) Fingers c) Eye d) Lungs
The following are examples of the golden ratio found in nature EXCEPT
a) Seeds in flowers b) Spiral Galaxy c) Chambered Nautilus d) peanut
Define contrapposto
a) A type of pasta made from basil and pine nuts b) posture in which the weight was placed on one leg c) a dark shadow that causes drama in a painting d) A type of sculpture made from plaster.
Who was Polykleitos?
a) A greek sculptor who developed contrapposto. b) A greek mathematician who developed the Fibonacci sequence. c) A greek astronomer who developed the idea that the stars cause creativity. d) A greek philosopher who determined how we develop our creativity.
What are the three things most important to the Greeks?
a) unity, movement and rhythm b) proportion, emphasis and contrast c) balance, movement and emphasis d) unity, proportion and balance
Roman architecture influenced today’s architecture. We see the influences a lot in our sports arenas. Name three similarities between modern arenas and roman sports complexes.
a) Convertable roof, multiple seats and jumbo-tron b) Convertable walls, underground passageways, back doors c) Convertible floor, room for a lot of people, multiple passeways d) Multiple doorways, multiple rooms, convertible floor
Why was the dome in the Pantheon so important to Roman architectural achievements?
a) Because it was a place of worship of multiple gods b) Because it covered a large unsupported interior space. c) Because it covered a large supported interior space d) Because it covered the Roman Colosseum.
List three color schemes we studied this semester.
a) Warm, Cool and Analogous b) Primary, Secondary and Intermediate c) Monochromatic, neutrals and analogous d) Tints, shades and neutrals
Name an example of a utilitarian object we studied this semester
a) Greek Amphora b) Roman Frescos c) The Last Supper Painting by Leonardo Da Vinci d) The School of Athens Painting by Raphael
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