We hope your recent studies in the subject of art have been treating you well, but just in case they haven’t, we’ve comprised a series of questions to see how you’ve been getting on. Take this Art 1 Semester 1 Practice Exam to see if you need to study that little bit harder!
Questions and Answers
_____ is the process of removing air bubbles from clay.
The first firing is called _____.
The second firing is called _____.
The simplest type of hand-built pottery to make is a _____ _____.
The _____ stage of clay is slip.
The term that describes clay that is perfect for constructing is _____.
Clay transforms into a _____ substance during the bisque firing.
The best stage of clay for a slab construction is _____ hard.
Clay glue is called _____.
The oven to fire pottery in is called a _____.
The temperature the kiln rises to during the first firing is _____ degrees.
_____ is the clay technique that involves rolling out ropes of clay.
Ropes of clay for coil pots should be _____ inch thick.
When your clay is completely dry, it is considered _____.
The pen and ink technique that uses parallel lines is called _____.
The pen and ink technique that uses intersecting lines is called _____ _____.
The 4H pencil produces the _____ value.
The _____ pencil produces the darkest value.
The paint for clay is called _____.
_____ created the pen and ink drawings we based our group projects on.
A _____ tool is used to blend coils.
_____ is the element of art that refers to lightness or darkness in an art work.
The _____ of design are the most important components that make up an artwork.
Know how to demonstrate an 8-step value scale using the _____ technique.
Three pen and ink drawing techniques are _____, _____, and _____.