Quiz: Can You Answer These 25 Art Questions Every Artist Should Know?

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Do you have an artist's soul?

Show the world how much you appreciate art tools and techniques by answering the questions on this quiz!

 Apr 03, 2019

1 of 25Choose Your Answer:

If you arrange various materials and glue them to a surface, what have you made?
A sculpture
A collage
A scrapbook

2 of 25Choose Your Answer:

Etchings are made with...
Acid
Knife
Chisel

3 of 25Choose Your Answer:

"Lost wax process" refers to what?
Weaving fiber
Casting in metal
Carving in stone

4 of 25Choose Your Answer:

The oven used in glazing clay pots is called a:
Kiln
Conduction oven
Convection oven

5 of 25True or False:

Glass is created from a molten mixture of soda, ash, metal oxides, and sand.
False
True

6 of 25Choose Your Answer:

A machine used for weaving cloth is called a:
Spinning wheel
Loom
Sewing machine

7 of 25Choose Your Answer:

Wicker that is used in basketry is composed of what?
Plastic
Vegetable fiber
Palm fronds

8 of 25Choose Your Answer:

In what country was origami invented?
Korea
India
China

9 of 25Choose Your Answer:

What can coffee be used for?
Making an art piece smell like coffee
Staining paper in order to make it look old
Giving paper gritty texture

10 of 25True or False:

Acetone is made from pigments and plastic.
False
True

11 of 25Choose Your Answer:

What surface was early photography made on?
Glass
Paper
Wood

12 of 25Choose Your Answer:

What do you call the hole in a needle where you push the thread through?
Nose
Mouth
Eye

13 of 25Choose Your Answer:

Papier-mache figure is modeled on a skeleton called an:
Armature
Mold
Bobbin

14 of 25Choose Your Answer:

Which of the following paints does not clean up using water?
Gesso
Acrylic
Oil

15 of 25Choose Your Answer:

What painter's supplies can be used to show how to mix various paints to achieve new colors?
An easel
A brush set
A color wheel

16 of 25Choose Your Answer:

Depicting inanimate objects such as fruit or bottles is called what?
Landscape
Portrait
Still life

17 of 25Choose Your Answer:

In a landscape painting, the line at which the earth and sky meet is called the what?
Threshold
Horizon
Vanishing point

18 of 25Choose Your Answer:

The application of paint straight from its container onto a canvas which is usually laid on the floor is called what?
Spotch painting
Drip painting
Spill painting

19 of 25Choose Your Answer:

Which is not a chromatic pigment?
Red
Gray
Blue

20 of 25Choose Your Answer:

An emulsion of egg yolk and water or egg and oil serves as the binding medium for the pigments in what?
Watercolor
Gesso
Acrylic

21 of 25Choose Your Answer:

Name the thin oval board upon which the artist lays and mixes colors.
Palette
Paintboard
Easel

22 of 25Choose Your Answer:

For what does the term "op" stand in reference to "op art"?
Operative
Opaque
Optical

23 of 25Choose Your Answer:

What is the name for the watercolor technique that uses overlapping layers of highly diluted pigments?
Spray
Wash
Coat

24 of 25Choose Your Answer:

A painting which attempts to fool the observer into taking the painted object for a real one is called a:
Pepper's ghost
Trompe-l'oeil
Fresco

25 of 25Choose Your Answer:

In tempera painting, artists used what technique to create shadows?
Blur
Smoothing
Hatching
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