7th Grade Visual Arts Baseline 2013-2014 Name ____________________________________ Block/Period_____________ Points earned________/45 VOCABULARY MATCHING SECTION Write the letter of the definitions in the appropriate numbered vocabulary block. 1 point for each correct response. 1Unity 9. Complimentary Colors 2.Secondary Colors 10. Value 3.Variety 11. Intensity 4.Portrait 12. Color 5.Asymmetrical 13. Still Life 6.Shade 14. Background 7.Space 15. Tint 8.Middle ground DEFINITIONS A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. An element of art that describes the relative lightness or darkness of a color. A light color achieved by adding white to a color. These colors are opposites on the color wheel The area that appears between the foreground and background. Differences achieved by changing elements in a composition to add interest. A type of balance where elements are arranged differently on each side of an imagined midline. A dark color achieved by adding black to a color. An arrangement of inanimate objects An element of art that is the area in and around objects in a composition. Colors made by mixing two primary colors. Refers to the brightness or dullness of a color. A principle of design which is the quality of having all parts look as if they belong together; achieved by proximity or repetition. The area that appears to be farthest away or behind the other objects. Artwork that shows the face or figure of a person. An element of art defined as the effect of light reflecting from an object onto the eye. Use this work of art to answer questions 16-22. For questions 16-22, DESCRIBE 1 way this work of art shows each element of art. 1 point will be given for each correct response. Vegetarian Vegetable from Campbell's Soup II, 1969 Andy Warhol (American, 1928– 1987) Screenprint Image taken from: "Andy Warhol: Vegetarian Vegetable from Campbell's Soup II (1972.724.3)". In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000–. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-ofart/1972.724.3 (October 2006) 16.One example of line: ________________________________________________________________________ 17.One example of shape: ________________________________________________________________________ 18.One example of color: ________________________________________________________________________ 19.One example of space: ________________________________________________________________________ 20.One example of texture: ________________________________________________________________________ 21.One example of value: ________________________________________________________________________ 22.One example of form : ________________________________________________________________________ 23. Give one example of how a skill from another class can help you in art class (1 point) ________________________________________________________________________ List the Principles of Design (1 point each): 24. 28. 25. 29. 26. 30 27. 31. Give one example of how to use art materials safely (1 point): ______________________________________________________________________________ 32. Describe how you can collaborate to create art (1 point): ____________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 33. ON THE BACK OF THIS PAPER, use the elements of art and principles of design to create a work of art that communicates a feeling or idea. (10 points) Answer questions 34 and 35 after you have completed your drawing. 34. Describe how you used the elements of art and principles of design to create this work of art. (1 point) ______________________________________________________________________________ 35. Look at the work of art that you created. What are two things you could do to the work of art to make it better? (2 points, 1 point for each area of improvement) 1.____________________________________________________________________________ 2.____________________________________________________________________________ Score out of 10 points for drawing_______________/10 DO NOT FORGET TO FLIP THIS PAPER OVER AND ANSWER QUESTIONS 34 and 35 after you are finished with your work of art!