1. Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's sculptures, such as : 1764528
1. Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's sculptures, such as Shuttlecocks, affect us immediately through their symbolism. scale. iconography. color.
2. Which of the following is the result of the process of arranging, selecting, and ordering?
unity within variety design emphasis Direction
3. Size relationships between parts of a whole are known as
pattern. scale. proportion. subordination.
4. When the two sides of a composition correspond to one another in size, shape, and placement of form, the work has
a focal point. symmetrical balance. asymmetrical balance.
5. The juxtaposition of strongly dissimilar elements is referred to as
contrast. asymmetry. emphasis. subordination.
6. Asymmetrical balance is a feature of
Damien Hirst’s Posterity?The Holy Place.
Edgar Degas’s Jockeys Before the Race.
James Hoban’s Design for the President’s House. John McCracken’s Silver.
7. For which artwork did the artist photograph the process of creation?
Henri Matisse’s Large Reclining Nude
Donald Judd’s Untitled
Edgar Degas’s Jockeys Before the Race Jacob Lawrence’s Going Home
8. Ogata Korin's Cranes exemplifies the principle of
symmetry and asymmetry. emphasis and focal point. rhythm and repetition.
unity and variety.
9. The appearance of oneness in a work of art is
rhythm. emphasis. balance. unity.
10. Any kind of movement or structure of dominant and subordinate elements in sequence in a work of art refers to
shape. color. rhythm. line.