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PART ONE: THE LANGUAGE OF VISUAL EXPERIENCE
Chapter 1: The Nature of Art and Creativity

Multiple-Choice Questions

1. In Her Secret Is Patience, Janet Echelman used
wood and plastic.
fiber, steel, and lights.
glass and copper.
grass, plants, and flowers.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_01 Introduction_Remember_LO 1.1
Introduction
Remember the Facts
1-Easy
Page Reference: 3
Learning Objective: 1.1 Describe art as a means of visual expression using different media and forms.

Answer: fiber, steel, and lights.

2. Romare Beardens Rocket to the Moon is an example of
a photomontage.
an outsider artwork.
a nonobjective artwork.
a retablo.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_02_What is Creativity?_Understand_LO 1.1
What is Creativity?
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 6
Learning Objective: 1.1 Describe art as a means of visual expression using different media and forms.

Answer: a photomontage.

3. Jazz provided a notable influence on the work of
Ray Beldner.
Romare Bearden.
Edward Weston.
Alexis Smith.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_ 01_03_What is Creativity?_Remember_LO 1.1
What is Creativity?
Remember the Facts
1-Easy
Page-Reference: 6
Learning Objective: 1.3 Demonstrate the diverse intellectual, cultural, and skills backgrounds of artists.

Answer: Romare Bearden.

4. Sabatino Simon Rodia could be classified as an outsider artist because of his
refusal to work in a representational manner.
preference for working on a large scale.
use of discarded materials.
lack of awareness of art history.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_ 01_04_What is Creativity?_Apply and Analyze_LO 1.2
What is Creativity?
Apply What You Know and Analyze It
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 7
Learning Objective: 1.2 Show creativity as an inherent trait that inspires the production of art.

Answer: lack of awareness of art history.

5. A mixed-media artwork is made
with different materials.
by a team of several artists.
using more than one style.
by assimilating diverse influences.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_05_What is Art?_Remember_LO 1.1
What is Art?
Remember the Facts
1-Easy
Page-Reference: 4
Learning Objective: 1.1 Describe art as a means of visual expression using different media and forms.

Answer: with different materials.

6. According to the authors of the book Innovators DNA, all of the following are traits that define creativity EXCEPT
observing.
criticizing.
networking.
experimenting.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_ 01_06_What is Creativity?_Understand_LO 1.2
What is Creativity?
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 5
Learning Objective: 1.2 Show human creativity as an inherent trait that inspires the production of art.

Answer: criticizing.

7. When a work of art shows no reference to the natural world of images, it is called
expressionistic.
stylized.
representational.
nonrepresentational.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_07_Art and Reality_Understand_LO 1.5
Art and Reality
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 11
Learning Objective: 1.5 Define the terms representational abstract, nonrepresentational, and iconography used to discuss art.

Answer: nonrepresentational.

8. The term used to describe the fool-the-eye realism of William Harnetts painting A Smoke Backstage is
abstract.
figurative.
nonrepresentational.
trompe loeil.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_08_Art and Reality_Remember_LO 1.5
Art and Reality
Remember the Facts
1-Easy
Page-Reference: 8
Learning Objective: 1.5 Define the terms representational, abstract, nonrepresentational, and iconography used to discuss art.

Answer: trompe loeil.

9. In an artwork, the total effect of the combined visual qualities is known as the
content.
shape.
form.
message.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_09_Looking and Seeing_Understand_LO 1.4
Looking and Seeing
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 14
Learning Objective: 1.4 Distinguish form and meaning in visual analysis.

Answer: form.

10. Which artist wanted viewers to see the natural rhythms present in a flower?
Georgia OKeeffe
Nancy Graves
Constantine Brancusi
Jean-Michel Basquiat

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_10_Form and Content_Remember_LO 1.3
Form and Content
Remember the Facts
1-Easy
Page-Reference: 15-16
Learning Objective: 1.3 Demonstrate the diverse intellectual, cultural, and skills backgrounds of artists.

Answer: Georgia OKeeffe

11. The symbolic meaning of visual signs and imagery in a work of art is known as
content.
iconography.
form.
aesthetics.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_ 01_11_Form and Content_Understand_LO 1.5
Form and Content
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 16
Learning Objective: 1.5 Define the terms representational, abstract, nonrepresentational, and iconography to discuss art.

Answer: iconography.

12. Figurative art is a type of
representational art.
abstract art.
nonrepresentational art.
folk art.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_12_What is Creativity?_Understand_LO 1.5
What is Creativity?
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 9
Learning Objective: 1.5 Define the terms representational, abstract, nonrepresentational, and iconography used to discuss art.

Answer: representational art.

Short-Answer Questions

13. Define photomontage, and provide an example from the chapter that best exemplifies this type of art.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_13_What is Creativity?_Apply and Analyze_LO 1.1
What is Creativity?
Apply What you Know and Analyze It
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 5
Learning Objective: 1.1 Describe art as a means of visual expression using different media and forms.

14. Identify three traits or characteristics associated with creativity.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_14_What is Creativity?_Understand_LO 1.2
What is Creativity?
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 5
Learning Objective: 1.2 Show human creativity as an inherent trait that inspires the production of art.

15. Explain the difference between folk art and outsider art.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_15_What is Creativity? Understand_LO 1.3
What is Creativity?
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 7
Learning Objective: 1.3 Demonstrate the diverse intellectual, cultural, and skills backgrounds of artists.

16. Differentiate between form and content in art.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_16_Form and Content_Understand_LO 1.4
Form and Content
Understand the Concepts
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 14-15
Learning Objective: 1.4 Distinguish form and meaning in visual analysis.

17. Compare and contrast William Harnetts A Smoke Backstage with Rene Magrittes The Treachery of Images (La Trahison des Images). In what manner did the artists motivations affect each work?

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_17_Art and Reality_Apply and Analyze_LO 1.3
Art and Reality
Apply What You Know and Analyze It
3-Difficult
Page-Reference: 9-10
Learning Objective: 1.3 Demonstrate the diverse intellectual, cultural, and skills backgrounds of artists.

Essay Questions

18. What are the stages of creative and artistic development in children? What are some ways parents can both discourage and encourage their childrens creativity?

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_18_What is Creativity?_Apply and Analyze_LO 1.2
What is Creativity?
Apply What You Know and Analyze It
2-Moderate
Page-Reference: 8-9
Learning Objective: 1.2 Show human creativity as an inherent trait that inspires the production of art.

19. Explain the iconography of one of Romare Beardens artworks.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_19_What is Creativity?_Apply and Analyze_LO 1.5
What is Creativity?
Apply What You Know and Analyze It
3-Difficult
Page-Reference: 5-6
Learning Objective: 1.5 Define the terms representational, absract, nonrepresentational, and iconography
used to discuss art.

20. Describe the artwork of Georgia OKeeffe. What was her unique approach toward art? What influenced her content?

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_20_Form and Content_Apply and Analyze LO 1.3
Form and Content
Apply What You Know and Analyze It
3-Difficult
Page-Reference: 15-16
Learning Objective: 1.3 Demonstrate the diverse intellectual, cultural, and skills backgrounds of artists.

21. Compare and contrast Rodins The Kiss with Brancusis The Kiss. In what way does form change the content?

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_21_Form and Content_ Apply and Analyze LO 1.4
Form and Content
Apply What You Know and Analyze It
3-Difficult
Page-Reference: 14-15
Learning Objective: 1.4 Distinguish form and meaning in visual analysis

22. Using any artworks from the text as examples, explain the difference between representational, abstract , and nonrepresentational art.

Question Title:
Topic:
Skill Level:
Difficulty Level TIF_01_22_Art and Reality_Apply and Analyze LO 1.5
Art and Reality
Apply What You Know and Analyze It
3-Difficult
Page-Reference: 9-13
Learning Objective: 1.5 Define the terms representational, abstract, nonrepresentational, and iconography used
to discuss art.

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