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1 Ms. Stephenson’s Jeopardy Design Review

2 Elements of Art Principles of Art Art History Drawing Techniques Color Theory More questions

3 Elements of Art for 200 What are the Elements of Art of Design and what are they used for? Back to categories

4 Elements of Art for 100 List the Elements of Art. Back to categories

5 Elements of Art for 300 A mark made with a pointed tool which can show emotion, direction, and texture is a… Back to categories

6 Elements of Art for 400 A shape that is three-dimensional is called a… Back to categories

7 Elements of Art for 500 The lightness or darkness of something in a drawing is its… Back to categories

8 Principles of Art for 100 What are the Principles of Art and what are they used for? Back to categories

9 Principles of Art for 200 List the Principles of Art. Back to categories

10 Principles of Art for 300 An area of a composition which stands out from the rest is… Back to categories

11 Principles of Art for 400 An area that is much lighter or darker than the surrounding area will produce which Principle? Back to categories

12 Principles of Art for 500 Choose a Principle of Art and provide a definition or an example of it. Back to categories

13 Art History for 100 Which art history period does this image belong to? Back to categories

14 Art History for 200 Please give the name of an important Op-Art artist. Back to categories

15 Art History for 300 What art history movement is this art piece from? Back to categories

16 Art History for 400 Op-Art is what type of art: realistic, abstract, or non- objective? Back to categories

17 Art History for 500 What was the Surrealism movement based on? Back to categories

18 Drawing Techniques for 100 Which pencil is hardest? –2H, 3B, 6B Back to categories

19 Drawing Techniques for 200 What is aerial perspective? Back to categories

20 Drawing Techniques for 300 What is atmospheric perspective? Back to categories

21 Drawing Techniques for 400 What are some of the ways an artist can create the appearance of atmospheric perspective, or depth, in art? Back to categories

22 Drawing Techniques for 500 What is a color wheel? Back to categories

23 Color Theory for 100 What are the three primary colors? Back to categories

24 Color Theory for 200 What are the three secondary colors? Back to categories

25 Color Theory for 300 What are the six tertiary or intermediate colors? Back to categories

26 Color Theory for 400 What does monochromatic mean? Back to categories

27 Color Theory for 500 What are the warm colors on the color wheel? Back to categories

28 Elements of Art Principles of Art Styles of Art Color Theory Miscellaneous Final Jeopardy

29 Elements of Art for 100 What is the definition of a shape? Back to categories

30 Elements of Art for 200 What are the two types of texture? Back to categories

31 Elements of Art for 300 This element has two types: –Positive: an area that has something in it –Negative: an empty area Back to categories

32 Elements of Art for 400 This element has quality such as hue, intensity, and value Back to categories

33 Elements of Art for 500 On your board, illustrate at least three different types of line. Back to categories

34 Principles of Art for 100 What is balance in art? Back to categories

35 Principles of Art for 200 What are the three types of balance? Back to categories

36 Principles of Art for 300 This Principle is the use of different Elements in a work of art to create visual interest and emphasis. Back to categories

37 Principles of Art for 400 This Principle has to do with how a viewer’s eye moves through the composition. This Principle can be real or perceived. The Op-Artists used this Principle. Back to categories

38 Principles of Art for 500 What is Unity/Harmony in art? Back to categories

39 Styles of Art for 100 What style of art is this: realistic, abstract, or non-objective? Back to categories

40 Styles of Art for 200 An art piece that has no objects in it that are recognizable is called what style of art? Back to categories

41 Styles of Art for 300 This art history movement existed to fool the viewer’s eyes. Back to categories

42 Styles of Art for 400 What style of art is this piece: realistic, abstract, or non- objective? Back to categories

43 Styles of Art for 500 An art piece that contains images that are still recognizable, but do not look realistic (or as they do in real life) is called what style of art? Back to categories

44 Color Theory for 100 What is a tint? Back to categories

45 Color Theory for 200 What is a shade? Back to categories

46 Color Theory for 300 What is the intensity of a color? Back to categories

47 Color Theory for 400 What are complementary colors? –You may give a definition or an example Back to categories

48 Color Theory for 500 What are analogous colors? –You may give a definition or an example Back to categories

49 Miscellaneous for 100 What are the cool colors on the color wheel? Back to categories

50 Miscellaneous for 200 This color scheme uses colors that are an equal distance from each other on the color wheel. Examples include the primary colors and the secondary colors. Back to categories

51 Miscellaneous for 300 What art tool is this? Back to categories

52 Miscellaneous for 400 What is repetition/pattern in art? Back to categories

53 Miscellaneous for 500 This color scheme uses colors that are across from, or opposite, of each other on the color wheel. However, you choose the color on either side of the complement instead of the complement itself. Back to categories

54 Final Jeopardy Decide how much your team will wager on the final question. Write the word “wager” and your amount at the top of your board or paper. example: Wager $2,000

55 Final Jeopardy What was your favorite project in Design class? What did you learn from it?


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