Using different materials and sticking them down is called collage.


This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 in Art and Design for children aged 5, 6 and 7 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with understanding artistic processes and techniques.

Children will learn and then practise a variety of artistic techniques and processes as they progress through KS1. They will be exposed to many different processes by which art can be created and so learn how to control and manipulate media in order to give a pleasing result or a particular finish.

Using more than one material in a piece of artwork is called what?
Mixed media
Selection materials
Variety art
Some artists use a wide combination of media to give different finishes to their work
When the page or canvas has the longest sides at the top and bottom, it is called what?
A vista
A landscape
A scenery
A photograph
Turning the page the other way is called a portrait
A lot of artists keep their ideas and inspirations together in what?
A special drawer
A shoe box
A plastic bag
A sketchbook
Sketchbooks are useful for organising ideas and trying out new techniques
Artwork done in ceramics or fashion is also known as what?
Unusual art
Interesting art
Three-dimensional art
Captivating art
Painting and photography are known as two-dimensional
Using different materials and sticking them all down together is called what?
Collages can be made from just about anything!
Painting watery paint onto paper or a canvas is known as what?
A scrub
A bath
A wash
A clean
This technique is often used as a background
Producing the right shades and tones of paint for a picture is known as what?
Colour messing
Colour mixing
Colour splattering
Colour dabbing
All other colours can be mixed from the three primary colours: red, blue and yellow
If you printed a design using two or more shapes in a set order, this would be called what?
A big confusion
A standard print
A pretty mess
A repeating pattern
Nature and buildings use lots of repeating patterns
What is cross-hatching?
A motor sport
Lots of lines going in different directions to shade in an area
An angry artist
A new chick
The lines can be built up gradually to make the shading look darker
When artists concentrate on the light and dark aspects of their subject, they are looking at what?
Tonal work focusses on the light and shade used to make subjects appear real
Author:  Angela Smith

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