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SECOND QUARTER EXAM – VISUAL ART

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE – Select the letter of the correct answer


1.Which is not an element of art?
a. line
b. space
c. texture
d. weight
2.Texture is
a. always smooth
b. never rough
c. the same as value
d. the way something feels
3.What is the meaning of the art element value?
a. the worth of something
b. the amount of texture in an artwork
c. the height, width and depth of a form
d. the lightness or darkness of colors or tones
4. Color is made up of the following three properties:
a. space, form and shape
b. hue, value and intensity
c. texture, line and form
d. line, space and intensity
5. The following is a drawing technique used to create value:
a. hatching
b. stippling
c. blending
d. cross-hatching
e. all of the above
6. Using a can be helpful in drawing a realistic image from a photograph or picture.
a. grid
b. camera
c. landscape
d. composition
7. Another word for brightness of a color is .
a. Value
b. Intensity
c. Hue
d. Complementary
8. What does a color wheel show?
a. How colors are made
b. Complementary colors
c. Analogous colors
d. Primary colors
e. All of the above
9. What are the secondary colors?
a. Red, blue, green
b. Red, yellow, orange
c. Orange, purple, green
d. Green, purple, blue
10. What are the primary colors?
a. Blue, yellow, green
b. Yellow, red, purple
c. Orange, yellow, red
d. Red, yellow, blue
II. ENUMERATE THE PRIMARY, SECONDARY, TERTIARY AND QUARTERNARY COLORS FOUND IN THE COLOR
WHEEL

III. TRUE OR FALSE

1. Composition refers to the arrangement of art elements (such as shapes, color, line, etc.) in a work of art.
a. True
b. False
2. Surrealism is an art movement which used dream-like images.
a. True
b. False
3. Rhythm is created when visual elements are repeated. Rhythm may be alternating, regular, flowing,
progressive, or jazzy.
a. True
b. False
4. Unity is obtained by repeating colors and shapes- all parts of a design are working together as a team.
a. True
b. False
5. Value techniques, such as stippling and hatching, are NOT used to create texture.
a. True
b. False
6. Value is the lightness or darkness of a color.
a. True
b. False
7. Intermediate colors are made when mixing a primary color with white.
a. True
b. False
8. Edward Degas was a nineteenth-century French painter and sculptor. Among his preferred subjects were
ballet dancers and scenes of cafe life.
a. True
b. False

IV. INTERNET SURFING (10 POINTS EACH)


1. An English landscape painter of the late eighteenth century, known for his pastoral scenes. Joseph Mallord
William Turner
2. A Dutch-born twentieth-century American artist who was a leader of ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM. Willem de
Kooning
3. A twentieth-century American film maker and showman. SNOW WHITE,CINDERELLA and SLEEPING BEAUTY
are some of his best-known productions. Disney Walt