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Art 101 study ques 3 - Stud uestions Cha ter3 As stated in...

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Unformatted text preview: Stud uestions: Cha ter3 As stated in the syllabus, the exams will be composed of some hot not all of these questions. The answers may be rearranged on exam questions that have been copied from this study guide. I. might ask different versions of these questions. The Visual eiements are arranged according to the to create a whole composition that is greater than the sum of its parts. a) visual elements 13) organizing principles of design c) creative impulse d) conditions iimiting aesthetic reSponSe e) models for judging art The organizing principles of design create Within a composition. a) a lack of unity b) formal elements c) a partial design d) a certain coherence, or unity e) confusion Match the following terms in the column on the left with the category, to which they belong, on the right. Repetition a) visual elements Variety b) organizing principles of design Line Rhythm Shape and form Space Texture Balance Compositional unity Value and lighting Color Emphasis Economy Time Proportion The repeated use of a singie design eiement is called M a) repetition b) variety c) visual element d) compositional unity e) economy f) emphasis g) none of the above Change rather than sameness through space and time is called a) repetition b) variety c) visual element (:1) compositional unity e) economy t) emphasis g) none of the above The visual equivalent of notes and pauses in music, created by repetition, variety and spacing in a design is caiied a) repetition b) variety c) visual element d) compositional unity e) economy f) emphasis g) none of the above The distribution of apparent visual weights so that they seem to offset one another is called a) repetition b) variety c) visual element d) compositional unity e) economy t) emphasis g) none of the above Visual coherence in a work of art is called a) repetition b) variety c) visual element d) compositional unity e) economy f) emphasis g) none of the above The predominance of one area or eiement in a design is called a) repetition b) variety 0) visual element d) compositional unity e) economy f) emphasis g) none of the above Presenting oniy the minimum of information needed by the viewer is called a) repetition b) variety 0) visual element d) compositional unity e) economy 1‘) emphasis g) none of the above Size relationships of parts to each other and to the whole is called a) repetition b) variety c) visual element d) compositional unity e) economy f) emphasis g) none of the above Creating strong attachments, or compositional unity, can be achieved by which of the following? a) allowing eiements to touch each other is) the energy of opposition c) using compositional iines to lead the viewer’s eye from one area to another cl) a and c e) all of the above Even though an aspect of variety, contrast can help maiiv a composition through: a) the act of comparing by the viewer b) creating a disorganized composition c) making different parts of the composition appear similar d) the size relationship of one part to the whole e) a and c The term contrast refers to an abrupt change a) TRUE or b) FALSE The term transition refers to an abrupt change a) TRUE or b) FALSE The text uses which of the following to illustrate a regular rhythm, like a heartbeat? a) Wall Drawing #1131, Whirls and Twirls (3.16) b) Thoner Rocking Chair (2.17) c) Last Supper by Ugolino di Nerio (3.14) d) all of the above 6) none of the above The text uses which of the following to illustrate a rhythm in which the only changes we “hear” are shifts in volume and speed? a) Wall Drawing #113], Whirls and Twirls (3.16) b) Thonet Rocking Chair (2.17) 0) Last Supper by Ugolino cli Nerio (3.14) d) all of the above e) none of the above The text uses which of the following to illustrate a rhythm “played” by the voices of many instruments in a symphony, with one section after another repeating the same theme? a) Wall Drawing #113], Whirl: and Twirls (3.16) b) T honer Rocking Chair (2.17) 0) Last Supper by Ugolino di Nerio (3.14) Cl) all of the above e) none of the above Which of the following works exhibit radial balance? a) The Last Judgment by William Blake (3.1) b) The Wheel ofLife (3.19) 0) Mr. and Mrs. Andrews (3 .21) d) a and b e) b and c t) none of the above Which of the following works exhibit asymmetrical balance? a) The Last Judgment by William Blake (3.1) b) The Wheel of Life (3.19) 0) Mr. and Mrs. Andrews (3.21) d) a and b e) b and c f) none of the above Which ofthe following works exhibit symmetrical balance? a) T he Last Judgment by William Blake (3.1) b) The Wheel ofLife (339) c) Mr. and Mrs. Andrews (3.21) d) a and b e) b and c t) none of the above Standing on its base, a triangle is a highly unstable shape. a) TRUE or b) FALSE Balancing equal forces horizontally around a central point or axis is called balance. a) symmetrical h) asymmetrical c) radial The symmetric arrangement of elements around the center of a circle is called balance. a) symmetrical b) asymmetrical c) radial The distribution of dissimilar Visual weights in such a way that those on either side seem to offset each other is called balance. a) symmetrical b) asymmetrical c) radial Informal balance is another name for a) formal balance b) symmetrical balance c) asymmetrical baiance d) radial balance e) balancing equal forces horizontally around a central point or axis Which of the following works illustrate the creation of compositional unity through physical contact between elements (as presented in the text)? a) The Crucifixion with Saints (3.24) h) Leda and the Swan (3.12) c) Snail (2.38) Which of the following works illustrate the creation of compositional unity through the energy of opposition (as presented in the text)? a) The Crucifixion with Saints (3.24) b) Leda and the Swan (3.12) c) Snail (2.38) Which of the following works illustrate the creation of compositional unity through the arrangement of lines (and shapes) both actual and implied (as presented in the text)? a) The Crucifixion with Saints (3.24) b) Leda and the Swan (3.12) c) Snail (2.38) Focai point is to (1) as vanishing point is to (2) a) (1) emphasis and (2) two-dimensional} space ‘0) (1) two~dimensiorial space and (2) emphasis c) (1) balance and (2) linear perspective d) (1) emphasis and (2) balance 6) (1) positive space and (2) negative space The phrase “less is more,” best describes the characteristics of which of the following organizing principles of design? a) repetition b) variety c) Visual element d) compositional unity e) economy f) emphasis g) none of the above The Width of a golden rectangle is percent of the length. a) 1 .6 1 8 b) 0.6 1 8 e) 1.0 d) 3.14 e) 0.3 14 ...
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