Edu Delight Tutors
Tapa Street Lagos Island

Part A: Objectives
Read the following questions and pick the best answer from the given alternative
1.) ____________ is the job of using camera to take pictures
(a) ceramic (b) photography (c) product (d) model

2.) A picture is a product of ____ (a) photography (b) modeling (c) wood (d) metal

3.) _______ is a universal language (a) Music (b) vocation (c) blood (d) art

4.) ______ is the branch of art that deals with what can be seen
(a) visual art (b) geography (c) ceramic (d) buds

5.) Which of the following is a 2-dimensional art work
(a) bust (b) collage (c) flower wise (d) statue

6.) A place where art works are produced is called ____
(a) gallery (b) museum (c) room (d) studio

7.) Papier-mache is made up of torn-up paper mixed with ____
(a) blood (b) gum (c) starch (d) water

8.) Another name for pen lettering art is _____
(a) typography (b) calligraphy (c) orography (d) serigraphy

9.) A piece of design which carries information or an advert is known as ____
(a) block (b) model (c) poster (d) repeat

10.) Which of the following is the most essential characteristics of lettering
(a) legibility (b) lower case (c) phrasing (d) serif

11.) Scribbling is a technique of ____ (a) carving (b) drawing (c) painting (d) sculpting

12.) The distance between two points is called ___ (a) line (b) proportion (c) shape (d) space

13.) A painting or other picture of a person especially the head and shoulder is known as ____
(a) bust (b) portrait (c) torso (d) elevation

14.) A caricature drawing with a humorous or satirical intention is called ____
(a) cartoon (b) collage (c) mobiles (d) puppet

15.) Beads making, basketry, leather work and pottery are associated with ____
(a) ceramics (b) craft (c) graphics (d) textiles

16.) Fabric decoration in which small pieces of cloths are sewn on another large piece is called ____ (a) batik (b) embroidery (c) culture (d) ceramics

17.) Which of the following is associated with spindle
(a) carving (b) casting (c) moulding (d) weaving

18.) Design is done on calabash by ____ (a) carving (b) firing (c) printing (d) soaking

19.) A process of changing animal skin to leather is called ____
(a) calligraphy (b) engraving (c) hide and skin (d) tanning

20.) In which of the following ancient civilization is life and death very significant in Art ___
(a) Ashanti (b) Egypt (c) Greece (d) Roman

21.) How many colours make up the primary category (a) five (b) four (c) six (d) three

22.) A pictorial composition of plants and fruits is referred to as ____ drawing
(a) abstracts (b) imaginative (c) nature (d) life

23.) The drawing of stones, valley or rocks is ____ drawing
(a) life (b) still life (c) non life (d) up life

24.) Which of the following materials is needed for painting
(a) brush (b) mallet (c) wood (d) broom

25.) The secondary colours are obtained when two ___ colours are mixed in equal proportion
(a) nursery (b) primary (c) KG (d) university

26.) ____ colours can be observed on a rainbow (a) six (b) seven (c) four (d) nine

27.) Painting is a _____ dimensional work (a) two (b) three (c) four (d) five

28.) When representing vegetation during raining season, it is better to use ____ colour
(a) blue (b) green (c) orange (d) violet

29.) _____ are is characterized with triangular shape eyes (a) Nok (b) Ife (c) Benin (d) Ijebu

30.) White and black are regarded as ____ colour (a) cool (b) dull (c) neutral (d) shade

Part B:
1.) What is Art
2.) Write out three branches of Art
3.) Write out four drawing materials
4.) What are primary colours
b.) Write three examples of primary colours
5.) Draw and paint a palm tree

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