Class Period _________
Study Guide - 8th grade
This test will be a cumulative exam over all projects done this semester in Art. This includes the Elements of Art Chart, The Celebrity Value Grid, the Pop Art Painting, and the Henry Moore Plaster Sculptures.
Fill in the blank using your book, notes, old exams, etc.
This element has 3 properties: hue, value, and intensity ______Color_______________
This element is 3-D. ____Form__________________________
This element has 5 different kinds, and each kind communicates a different message to the viewer. _____Line_______
This element involves the way things feel or look like they might feel. _____Texture______________
What is a Tint? _____ The Lightness of a Hue. Is created by using White
What is Line Quality? ______ The unique quality of a line. Can be changed depending on the media used
This element has 2 categories: Organic and Geometric. ___Shape and Form___________________
What is Implied Texture? ____________Texture that appears as though it would feel a certain way if touched.
Why would a building be considered Form instead of Shape? _______Form is 3-D and Shape is 2-D. A building is 3-D.___
What is Subtractive Sculpture? _______ Taking away or removing pieces from a sculpture _
What do you call the 3 hues that are mixed to create all the other hues? __Primary Hues______________________
This group is created by mixing the Primary Hues with the Secondary Hues Intermediate Hues.
The area above, below, between, and under is known as ____Space________
What is value? _____ The lightness or darkness of a hue _______________________________________________
What is Intensity? _____ The brightness or dullness of a hue ____________________
What is gridding? ___________Process of enlarging a drawing using a grid._____________________________
Why is an organic form? ____A Form that looks as though it could be found in nature.__________________
What is a gradation in Value? ______Going gradually from black to white. Think blended value scale.
What is an Analogous Color Scheme? _______________Colors beside each other on the color wheel that share a same hue.
What is a Warm/Cool Color Scheme? ______________________________Colors that make the viewer feel warm or cool.
What style of Art was Pablo Picasso famous for?________________________Cubism Portraits___________________________________________________________________________
What is Cubism?__________________Style of Artwork involving paintings that looked like they were created using various shapes. Images were distorted and seemingly "shattered" altering the image to an almost unrecognizable state. Pablo Picasso was a cubist artist.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Why would your painting be considered done in the cubist style? _______________it was divided and "Shattered" so that the painting looks as though it were cut up and glued back together, much like the artwork of the cubists (example Pablo Picasso)______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Define Tint:___The lightness of a Hue. You add white to make a tint.______________________
Define Line Quality:______ The unique quality of a line. Can be changed depending on the media used
What is a relief? A form of sculpture where the carving/ sculpture projects out from a surface. There is no back to the sculpture.
Name 3 media used in sculpture:______Wood, Stone, Metal, Clay, Ice, Sand________
What are the 4 methods of sculpture? Assembling, Carving, Casting, Modeling__________________________
What is a relief? ________________ Sculpture where the artwork projects from the front only. The back is flat.___
What is a freestanding Sculpture and what is it also known as? _________ Known as “ In The Round”, the sculpture can be viewed from all angles (front, back, sides, etc.)
What is the name of the circular object that artists look at to mix color? ___Color Wheel_________________________
What object did Sir Isaac Newton use to see how white light breaks down in a rainbow? ____Prism____________
What are the 3rd group of colors called? _____Intermediate______________________
What is meant by “Assembling” in Sculpture? _________Adding objects to create a sculpture._______________
Define these terms and how they were used in your Slab Ceramic Mug.
Slab Green Ware Bisque Ware
Wedging Kiln Slip
Air Pocket Score Hand-built
Slab: A piece of clay that has been wedged, then rolled out with a rolling pin.
Kiln: The oven used to harden or cook the clay
Wedging: Process of removing air pockets from the clay
Slip: Clay like glue used to bond to pieces of clay together
Green Ware: an unfired piece of pottery
Air Pocket: a pocket of air inside clay. Can damage the pottery by breaking it, making it weak, or can cause the pottery to explode.
Bisque Ware: 1st firing of the clay.
Hand Built: Building the pottery with your hands
Glaze Ware: Pottery that has been glazed, then fired.
Glaze: Glass like liquid painted onto a bisque fired pot. The pot is then refired and considered Glaze Ware.
How did you use these terms when creating your sculpture?____ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________