# Ultimate Art Quiz: Trivia Questions!

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Ultimate art quiz: trivia questions! How one chooses to use their colour has a big part to play on how the final art piece looks like. Do you believe you know how to play with colour and get the best results for any project you are working on? This quiz will help refresh your understanding and teach you some new facts tricks. Do give it a shot and see how well you do!

• 1.

### Purity and brightness of a color.

• A.

Intensity

• B.

Colour

• C.

Value

• D.

Movement

A. Intensity
Explanation
Intensity refers to the purity and brightness of a color. It describes how vibrant and strong a color appears. A high intensity color is vivid and bold, while a low intensity color is more muted and dull. Therefore, intensity is the most appropriate term to describe the purity and brightness of a color.

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• 2.

### What is volume?

• A.

The appearance of a substance

• B.

The way things feel

• C.

A 3D form with width, length, and depth

• D.

The distance between, above, below, or around things

C. A 3D form with width, length, and depth
Explanation
Volume refers to the amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object. It is a measurement that takes into account the width, length, and depth of the object. The appearance of a substance or the way things feel does not fully capture the concept of volume, as it specifically relates to the spatial dimensions of an object. Similarly, the distance between, above, below, or around things does not encompass the idea of volume in its entirety.

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• 3.

### Value- Can be strait, curving, or overlap.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement is discussing the value, which can be strait, curving, or overlap. However, the answer is given as False. Since the statement is discussing the possibilities of value, it implies that the given answer is incorrect.

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• 4.

### Which of the following does this image display?

• A.

Emphasis

• B.

Perspective

• C.

Proportion

• D.

Balance

B. Perspective
Explanation
The image displays perspective because it shows objects in the distance appearing smaller than those in the foreground, creating a sense of depth and spatial relationships.

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• 5.

### What is UNITY?

• A.

Relationship between elements

• B.

A recurrence or repetition of one or more elements

• C.

Combining art elements

• D.

Condition of completeness

• E.

All elements work together

A. Relationship between elements
D. Condition of completeness
E. All elements work together
Explanation
UNITY refers to the relationship between elements, the condition of completeness, and how all elements work together. It implies that there is a sense of harmony and coherence in the arrangement of elements, whether in art, design, or any other context. The elements are connected and interact with each other in a way that creates a unified whole. This concept is essential in creating a visually pleasing and balanced composition.

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• 6.

### What is Balance?

• A.

Unequal

• B.

The relationship between objects

• C.

Opposites within elements

• D.

The state of equal distribution

D. The state of equal distribution
Explanation
Balance refers to the state of equal distribution. It implies that there is an equilibrium or harmony between different elements or forces. In this context, balance refers to a state where things are evenly distributed or in proper proportion, without any excess or deficiency. It can be applied to various aspects such as physical objects, relationships, or even abstract concepts. The concept of balance is often associated with stability, harmony, and fairness.

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• 7.

### Perspective is a view or angle in which you may look at something?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Perspective refers to the way in which someone perceives or understands a situation, object, or event. It is the particular view or angle from which an individual may look at something. Therefore, the statement "Perspective is a view or angle in which you may look at something" is true.

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• 8.

### The secondary colors consist of

• A.

Green

• B.

Red

• C.

Pink

• D.

Orange

• E.

Purple

• F.

Yellow

A. Green
D. Orange
E. Purple
Explanation
The secondary colors are formed by mixing two primary colors together. In this case, the primary colors mentioned are green, red, and yellow. When green and red are mixed, it creates the secondary color of purple. When red and yellow are mixed, it creates the secondary color of orange. Therefore, green, purple, and orange are the correct secondary colors mentioned in the answer.

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• 9.

### Which of the following are correct, when referring to intermediate colors?

• A.

Red orange

• B.

Yellow orange

• C.

Yellow blue

• D.

Blue violet

• E.

Orange violet

• F.

Yellow green

• G.

Red violet

• H.

Blue green

A. Red orange
B. Yellow orange
D. Blue violet
F. Yellow green
G. Red violet
H. Blue green
Explanation
The given answer is correct because it includes the correct combinations of intermediate colors. Intermediate colors are created by mixing primary and secondary colors. Red orange, yellow orange, blue violet, yellow green, red violet, and blue green are all intermediate colors because they are created by mixing adjacent primary and secondary colors on the color wheel.

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• 10.

### The tertiary color scheme consists of the following: sienna ochre amber

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The given answer "False" is correct because the tertiary color scheme consists of three colors that are created by mixing equal amounts of a primary color and a secondary color. Sienna, ochre, and amber are not tertiary colors. They are individual colors that do not fall into the tertiary color category. Therefore, the statement is false.

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• 11.

### Which of the following display all of the correct watercolor techniques?

• A.

Sweep, wash, graded wash, lifting out, wet on wet, stroke

• B.

Wash, graded wash, lifting out, variegated wash, wet on wet, oil paint

• C.

Graded wash, variegated wash, stroke, blend, wet on wet, oil paint

• D.

Graded wash, oil paint, blend, setting back, wash, variegated wash

B. Wash, graded wash, lifting out, variegated wash, wet on wet, oil paint
Explanation
The correct answer is "Wash, graded wash, lifting out, variegated wash, wet on wet, oil paint." These techniques are commonly used in watercolor painting. A wash is a technique where a large area is covered with a thin layer of paint. A graded wash involves gradually changing the intensity of color from light to dark. Lifting out is a technique where paint is lifted off the paper to create highlights or correct mistakes. Variegated wash refers to a wash with multiple colors blended together. Wet on wet involves applying wet paint onto a wet surface to create soft and blended effects. Oil paint is not a watercolor technique, but it is included in the list as a contrast.

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• 12.

### What are the three primary colors?

• A.

Red

• B.

Green

• C.

Blue

• D.

Yellow

• E.

Purple

A. Red
C. Blue
D. Yellow
Explanation
The three primary colors are red, blue, and yellow. These colors are considered primary because they cannot be created by mixing other colors together. Instead, they are used to create all other colors on the color wheel. By combining different amounts of red, blue, and yellow, it is possible to create a wide range of secondary and tertiary colors.

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• 13.

### __________is the elements of design coverage to create a design or arrangements.

• A.

Movements

• B.

Rhythm

• C.

Variety

• D.

Blance

D. Blance
Explanation
Balance is the element of design that refers to the distribution of visual weight in a composition. It ensures that the design feels stable and harmonious. In this context, balance is necessary to create a design or arrangement that is visually pleasing and well-structured. It involves distributing elements, such as color, shape, and texture, evenly throughout the composition, creating a sense of equilibrium.

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• 14.

### MOVEMENT creates ________ and ________ of action.

• A.

Look

• B.

See

• C.

Feel

• D.

Contrast

A. Look
C. Feel
Explanation
Movement creates a visual and sensory experience. When we move, we are able to observe and perceive our surroundings visually, allowing us to "look" at different objects or scenes. Additionally, movement can also evoke physical sensations and emotions, enabling us to "feel" the impact and effects of our actions. Therefore, movement contributes to both visual and sensory aspects of our experiences and actions.

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• 15.

### Which visual displays a contrast piece?

• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

• D.

Option 4

A. Option 1
Explanation
Option 1 is the correct answer because it is the only option mentioned that specifically refers to a "contrast piece." This suggests that Option 1 is a visual display that showcases a contrast between different elements or features. Without further context or information, it is not possible to determine what exactly this contrast piece refers to or what it entails.

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