Elements of Art Study Guide

Elements of Art -Study Guide
1. In both two-dimensional and threedimensional art, shapes and forms are
known as the ___________space.
2. List 3 warm colors _______________
3. Precise shapes that can be described
using mathematical formulas
___________ shapes.
4. The element of art that is derived from
reflective light ________
5. Orange, violet and green are
6. Shapes that are the silhouettes of living
things ____________shapes
7. What type of line moves straight up and
down ____________
8. The part of the picture plane that
appears furthest from you
9. The brightness or dullness of a hue
10. Orange and Blue, Yellow and Violet,
Green and Red are known as
11. The element of art that is the path of a
moving point through space
12. Name one geometric FORM
13. List 3 cool
14. The part of a picture plane that appears
closest to you ____________________
15. To __________________a color you
add white
16. To _________________a color you add
17. A line that defines the edges and surface
ridges of an object is known as
18. An object with three dimensions is a
19. In two-dimensional and threedimensional art the empty spaces
between shapes and forms are known as
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20. The illusion of a three-dimensional
surface is what kind of texture
21. The element of art that refers to how
things feel or look as if they might feel,
if touched is
22. This texture imitates real texture
23. Colors next to each other on the color
wheel are ___________________colors
24. Red-violet, Yellow-orange and BlueGreen are ____________colors
25. A series of points that the viewers eyes
automatically connects is known as
________________ line
26. Red, Blue, and Yellow are ___________
27. The name of a color on a color wheel
28. Which surface reflects a soft, dull light?
29. The lower an object on the picture plane
appear to be closer to you T/F
30. The brighter an object on the picture
plane the closer it will appear to you T/F
31. What is the definition of Picture
32. The texture you feel is known as
33. The technique of using crossed lines for
shading is known as
34. The element of art that describes the
darkness or lightness of an
35. Two-dimensional objects have which of
the following dimensions?
______________ and _________
36. Texture created by the repetition of lines
and shapes is known as
37. A two-dimensional area that is defined
in some way ___________________
Elements of Art -Study Guide
38. The element of art that refers to the
emptiness or area between, around,
above, below or within objects.
39. A color scheme with one hue and tints
and shades of that
40. Non-Organic, irregular and uneven
shapes are known as free-________
41. Two-dimensional objects have which of
the following dimensions? _______,
________ and ________
Drawing Question Examples
(Use the blank space of the paper to practice
your drawings)
A. Draw a geometric shape and color it
using a primary color
B. Draw a geometric shape using a color
you get by mixing red and blue
C. Draw a free-form shape using a tertiary
D. Draw a form and shade it to show a
range of value (0-9). Use cast shadows,
highlights and core shadows. Use pencil
and do NOT smudge.
E. Draw an organic-form and color it using
a secondary color
F. Circle the vanishing point in the image
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