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1 Foundations of Art and Design Chapter 9: Unity and Variety

2 Proximity Fig. 9.1 American Gothic by Grant Wood

3 Proximity 1.Creates unity 2.Creates a feeling of claustrophobia 3.Creates variety 4.All of these In Fig. 9.1 American Gothic by Grant Wood the proximity of the elements: Fig. 9.1 American Gothic by Grant Wood

4 Repetition Fig. 9.2 Flower Festival: Feast of Santa Anita by Diego Rivera

5 In Fig. 9.2 Flower Festival of Santa Anita, the artist Diego Rivera uses what technique to create unity? 1.Proximity 2.Repetition 3.Color and Value 4.All of these Fig. 9.2 Flower Festival: Feast of Santa Anita Repetition

6 Color and Value Fig. 9.4 Guernica by Pablo Picasso (The most famous “black and white” painting of all time.)

7 Color and Value 1.Create unity 2.Tie together diverse elements 3.Highlight key information 4.All of these In Fig. 9.4 Guernica by Pablo Picasso the artist uses the color and value to: Fig. 9.4 Guernica by Pablo Picasso (The most famous “black and white” painting of all time.)

8 Line Fig. 9.7 Three Goddesses from the Parthenon

9 In the sculpture Three Goddesses the line and folds of the fabric serve: Line Fig. 9.7 Three Goddesses from the Parthenon 1.To unify elements in the composition 2.As Leading Line 3.Both of these

10 Fig. 9.9 Prevalence of Ritual: Baptism by Romare Bearden

11 One of the dominant themes used to create unity in Fig. 9.9 Prevalence of Ritual: Baptism by Romare Bearden is: 1.Shape 2.Contrast 3.Repetition Fig. 9.9 Prevalence of Ritual: Baptism by Romare Bearden

12 Texture Fig Arbol de la Vida (Tree of Life) by Mendieta

13 Texture Fig Arbol de la Vida (Tree of Life) by Mendieta 1.Color 2.Proximity 3.Texture 4.All of these Fig Arbol de la Vida (Tree of Life) by Ana Mendieta uses what element to unify the very different elements or shapes of the composition?

14 Fig Untitled by Sol LeWitt

15 In Fig Untitled by Sol LeWitt what overwhelming devise does he use to create unity in the composition? 1.The Grid 2.Line 3.Shape 4.Color Fig Untitled by Sol LeWitt

16 Continuity Fig Primavera by Sandro Botticelli

17 Continuity Continuity is… Fig Primavera by Sandro Botticelli 1.The flow of line or contour 2.A way to achieve unity 3.The continuous transition from one shape to another used to lead the viewer’s eye from one part of a composition to another 4.All of these

18 Unity with Variety Fig Screen by Eileen Gray

19 Unity with Variety Fig Screen by Eileen Gray What is the purpose of Variety within Unity? 1.An effort to make the work more interesting 2.An effort to make the work more complex 3.Both of these

20 Repetition Fig Leddie & Children by Shelby Lee Adams

21 Repetition In Fig Leddie & Children by Shelby Lee Adams do you feel that the photographer: Fig Leddie & Children by Shelby Lee Adams 1.Used design principles deliberately 2.Simply noticed and recorded what he saw 3.Both of these

22 Contrast Fig Dovima with Elephants by Richard Avedon

23 Contrast 1.Texture 2.Color 3.Contrast 4.Repetition In Fig Dovima with Elephants the artist uses what design element or elements to create visual interest? Fig Dovima with Elephants by Richard Avedon

24 Fig Pedocal by Yoshihiro Kimura

25 In Fig Pedocal by Yoshihiro Kimura what do you feel is the point of interest? Fig Pedocal by Yoshihiro Kimura 1.The artist is highlighting differences in the physical structure of a work 2.There is no point of interest

26 Motif Fig Mandala of Samvara (kharamukha Cakrasamvara Mandala)

27 Motif 1.Mandala 2.Relief Sculpture 3.Intaglio Fig 9.21 is an example of a… Fig Mandala of Samvara (kharamukha Cakrasamvara Mandala)

28 Emphasis on Unity Fig In Mourning and In Rage by Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz

29 Emphasis on Unity When a work’s emphasis is on unity what does it create? 1.Solidarity 2.Discord 3.It functions symbolically 4.Solidarity and it functions symbolically 5.Discord and it functions symbolically Fig In Mourning and In Rage by Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz

30 Emphasis on Variety Fig The Subway by Palmer Hayden

31 Emphasis on Variety In Fig The Subway by Palmer Hayden what is the emphasis? 1.Variety 2.Differences 3.Both of these Fig The Subway by Palmer Hayden

32 Emphasis on Disunity Fig Woman with a Mandolin by Georges Braque

33 Emphasis on Disunity 1.A visual device 2.To advance the narrative 3.To create the impression of sensory overload Fig Woman with a Mandolin by Georges Braque Another word for disunity is chaos. What can “Ordered Chaos” be used for in art?

34 Conceptual and Symbolic Unity and Disunity Fig Angry Harmony by Louise Fishman

35 Conceptual and Symbolic Unity and Disunity 1.Conceptual Disunity 2.Conceptual Unity 3.Neither of these Fig Angry Harmony by Louise Fishman depicts the concept of: Fig Angry Harmony by Louise Fishman

36 Conceptual and Symbolic Unity and Disunity, continued… Fig Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh

37 Conceptual and Symbolic Unity and Disunity, continued… 1.Symbolic Unity 2.Symbolic Disunity Fig Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh is a work representative of: Fig Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh

38 Conceptual and Symbolic Unity and Disunity, continued… Fig Fisherman at Sea by Henry Ossawa

39 Conceptual and Symbolic Unity and Disunity, continued… 1.Symbolic Unity 2.Symbolic Disunity Fig Fisherman at Sea by Henry Ossawa is a work that is symbolic of: Fig Fisherman at Sea by Henry Ossawa


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