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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Visual Arts Questions

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Grade 6 Painting
Grade 6 Painting
Adding black to a color to make it darker creates a:
  1. tint
  2. secondary color
  3. shade
  4. complementary color
Grade 6 Drawing
Objects that appear in the center of an art work are called:
  1. Foreground
  2. Middleground
  3. Background
  4. Horizon
Grade 6 Painting
Tints are light values of a color. Tints are created by                         .
  1. adding white to a color
  2. adding black to a color
  3. adding a primary color
  4. adding a secondary color
Grade 6 Visual Arts
Examples of warm colors are:
  1. black, brown and white
  2. red, yellow and orange
  3. green, blue and pink
  4. purple, blue and green
Grade 6 Painting
A plan for organizing colors is called                .
  1. portrait
  2. composition
  3. color scheme
  4. still life
Grade 6 Visual Arts
The principles of design are
  1. Balance,contrast, emphasis, unity, pattern, rhythm, movement
  2. What artist use to design the composition of their artwork
  3. used together with the elements of art
  4. All of the above
Grade 6 Visual Arts
Grade 6 Visual Arts
Grade 6 Visual Arts
The way to do an art critique is to
  1. Describe, analyze, interpret, evaluate
  2. Talk to the artist
  3. decide if it's good
  4. write an artist statement
Grade 6 Drawing
The point on the horizon line where parallel lines appear to vanish.
  1. Tonal Range
  2. Proportion
  3. Vanishing Point
  4. Linear Perspective
Grade 6 Visual Arts
Cool colors are:
  1. blue, green and red
  2. red, yellow and orange
  3. green, blue and purple
  4. black, red and white
Grade 6 Visual Arts
Yellow-orange, red-orange, and yellow-green are examples of:
  1. Intermediate or Tertiary colors
  2. Secondary colors
  3. Primary Colors
  4. Triadic colors
Grade 6 Drawing
The way we show objects in relation to one another; size, shape, etc.
  1. Proportion
  2. Gesture
  3. Linear Perspective
  4. Sketch
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