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1.The six ART ELEMENTS include the following:
A.Space, Unity, Repetition, Shape, Texture, Line
B.Space, Shape, Value, Line, Texture,Color
C.Repetition, Line, Value, Unity, Variety,Shape
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

2.In generating a definition of DESIGN we would include which of thefollowing:
A.Design is generated through the organization of components to make something with a pleasingappearance
B.Design is generated through a process of selecting elements to make something that is functional
C.The fundamental components of design include the art elements and artprinciples
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

3.Included in the five types of actual lines that we examined are the following:
A.Organizational Lines and VolumeSummary
B.Diagonal Lines, Straight Lines and CurvedLines
C.Expressive Lines and ImpliedLines
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

4.Which of the following helps us understand the termCOMPOSITION:
A.The viewer’s eye is encouraged to continue moving out of the picture
B.The viewer’s eye should find the focal point last when looking at thepicture
C.The viewer’s eye should be drawn into and guided around thepicture
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

5.A balanced composition is produced by the use of positive and negative space. Positive spaceand negative space weigh the same visually. Are these two sentences correctstatements?
A.Yes
B.No

6. What are the three types of balance we worked with? Select the best answer from thefollowing:
A.Symmetrical Balance, Systematic Balance, Rotational Balance
B.Asymmetrical Balance, Symmetrical Balance, RotationalBalance
C.Dilatational Balance, Radial Balance, Symmetrical Balance
D.Radial Balance, Symmetrical Balance, Asymmetrical Balance,
E. Symmetrical Balance, Approximate Symmetry, Radial Balance

7.In generating a definition of BALANCE we would include thefollowing:
A.Positive and negative shapes regardless of their variations in size, weight or shape can createequilibrium
B.Force, weight and gravity are not important in establishing a balanced composition
C.Balance refers to the instability of a composition
D.All of theabove
E. None of theabove

8.When the actual and visual weight is equal on either side of a central axis and the imagery is identical, we have which type ofbalance?
A.Rhythmical balance
B.Asymmetricalbalance
C.RotationalBalance
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

9. is a unity device that describes what happens in the mind of theviewerwhen an image in a picture extends beyond the pictureplane.
A.Abutment
B.Mutualtension
C.Continuance
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

10.Is the following definition of Abstract Shapes a correct statement? Abstraction indicates a reduction or simplification of information. The essential character of a subject is represented in the abstractshape.
A.True
B.False

11.The eight ART PRINCIPLES include the following:
A.Balance, Emphasis, Line, Rhythm, Unity, Variety, Value,Repetition
B.Repetition, Unity, Variety, Balance, Proportion, Scale, Line,Rhythm
C.Unity, Balance, Repetition, Variety, Rhythm, Proportion, Scale, Emphasis
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

12.Select the definition that best fits the term Rhythm from the following:
A.Rhythm is a sense of progression that is generated by multiple units defining movement in pattern.
B.Rhythm is a sense of movement that is created by repetition of multiple units in a deliberate pattern.
C. Rhythm is movement that is defined as a deliberate progression showing a nonobjective pattern.
D.none of theabove
E. all of theabove

13.Artworks that have no reference to perceptual reality. This describes which of the following terms?
A.objective artworks
B.subjectiveartworks
C.intuitiveartworks
D.none of theabove
E. all of theabove

14.Variety, as a principle of design, is used to produce an interesting composition by generating a contrasting area, thereby focusing the viewer’s attention. Is this a correctstatement?
A.Yes
B.No

15.Which of the following best helps us understand the term UNITY:
A.Unity relies upon the art principle of rhythm to make a successful composition
B.Unity relies upon the art principles and art elements to make a successfulcomposition
C.Unity does not contribute to a sense of completeness
D.All of the above
E. None of theabove

16.Value deals with the range of light and dark in a composition. Is this a correctstatement?
A.Yes
B.No

17.The six categories of light are best demonstrated by the following list:
A.highlight, light, mid-­‐tone, coretone, reflected light, cast shadow
B.highlight, light, value, gray core, mid-­‐tone, dark shadow
C.highlight, light, mid-­‐core,tone,reflectedlight,sourceshadow
D.All of theabove
E. None of theabove

18.Value refers to the relative lightness and darkness of a surface. The word “relative” is significant. The lightness or darkness of a shape is largely determined by its surroundings. Is this a true statement?
A.Yes
B.No

19.We know that Key refers to the overall use of value in a composition. Pick the answer, which accurately correlates in the correct order with the followingstatements.
Compositions with consist of primarily dark values. Compositions with consist of primarily light values.
Compositions with consist of values that are primarily far apart on the valuescale. Compositions with consist primarily of values that are close together on the value scale.
A.high contrast, low contrast, high key, low key
B.low key, high key, high contrast, lowcontrast
C.low contrast, low key, high contrast, highkey
D.All of theabove
E. None of theabove

20.Value can be definedas:
A.the degree of darkness reflected by a surface.
B.the degree of brightness absorbed by asurface.
C.the degree of light reflected from a surface.
D.All of theabove
E. None of theabove

21.Proportion does not refer to the relative size of visual elements within an image. We do not need to compare the width of the head with its height or divide a composition into thirds when we are establishing a proportional relationship. Are all of these statementscorrect?

A.Yes

B.No

22.We know that scale is a size relationship between two separate objects, such as the relationship between the size of the Statue of Liberty and a human visitor to the monument. We also know that scale refers to the difference in size amongst elements on a page. And that this can add impact and depth to an artwork. What are the ways in which scale can be applied to showdepth?

A.Large object appear stable, and pushed into the background. Small objects appear dynamic and come to the foreground.

B.Small object appear stable, and pushed into the background. Large objects appear dynamic and come to the foreground.

C. Small objects appear unstable, and pushed into the ground view. Large objects appear dynamic and come to theforeground.

D.All of theabove

E. None of theabove

23.Visual Texture is defined as which of thefollowing?

A.created using multiple marks

B.is anillusion

C.is a descriptive simulation of physical texture

D.All of the above

E. None of theabove

24.Texture is defined as the visual or tactile quality of a form. Texture can be created visually using multiple marks, physically, through surface variation, or through the inherent property of a specific material, such as sand as opposed to smooth porcelain. Are all of these statementstrue?

A.Yes

B.No

25.Physical texture is defined as which of thefollowing?

A.actual variations in a surface such as thickly applied paint.

B.texture created using multiple marks or through a descriptive simulation of physicaltexture

C.is anillusion

D.All of theabove

E. None of theabove

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