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Visual Art Neco Answers 2022

Visual Art Neco Answers 2022

(1a)

Art can be defined as the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.

(1b)

Fashion design

Interior design.

Graphic art and design

(1c)

i. *FEELINGS:* Perhaps the artist wanted to remind viewers of personal family tragedy, or perhaps he just wanted to tell them to appreciate what they had, and to live each day as if it were their last.

ii. *SOCIAL FUNCTION:* to reinforce and enhance the shared sense of identity of those in family, community, or civilization, for example, festive occasions, parades, dances, uniforms, important holidays or events.

iii. *SPIRITUAL FUNCTION:* to express spiritual beliefs about the destiny of life controlled by the force of a higher power.

iv. *EDUCATIONAL FUNCTION:* symbols and signs to illustrate knowledge not given in words

v. *POLITICAL FUNCTION:* to reinforce and enhance a sense of identity and ideological connection to specific political views, parties and/or people.

4a

Clay preparation consists of mixing materials, removal of large stones (say over 5mm), roots, crushing of large particles,

4b

“`i“` Dry method

“`ii“` Wet method

4c

*WET METHOD*

*°.* Soak the clay.

*°.* Mix it up into a slurry.

*°.* Pour through a screen.

*°.* Let stand for several hours.

*°.* Pour water off the top.

*°.* Pour liquid clay into a pillowcase to dry.

*°.* Add 20% sand and knead until mixed well.

(7a)

Impressionism describes a style of painting developed in France during the mid-to-late 19th century; characterizations of the style include small, visible brush strokes that offer the bare impression of form, unblended color and an emphasis on the accurate depiction of natural light..

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(2a)

Appliqué is a crafting technique in which pieces of material are mounted to another base material. It is often used in quilting to create bright and distinctive designs, and it may also be used to dress up clothing, or make unusual placemats and potholders.

(2b)

A mosaic is an artistic technique that uses tiny parts to create a whole image or object. Mosaics are usually assembled using small tiles that are made of glass, stone, or other materials.

(2c)

Monochrome is a visual art characteristic in which an image is composed of varying shades of the same color. A monochrome artwork is one that includes only one colour.

(2d)

Motifs are visual elements that are repeated to create a pattern or repetition. A motif can be a singular but distinguishable element in a design or composition or can be repeated many times to form a certain rhythmic flow.

(2e)

Terracotta is a type of sculpture, unglazed ceramic art, or decorative architecture, made from a coarse, porous clay, which is noted for its versatility, cheapness and durability. It’s used to make many flower pots and also often used for pipes, bricks, and sculptures.

(4)Coming 

(5a)

The term craft denotes a form of work, involving the creation of physical objects, by the use of hands and brain. It is skilled work, wherein there is an application of technique, that people learn through much practice.

(5b)

(i) Leather products

(ii) Batik Tie and Dye

(iii) Calabash Craft

(iv) Basket and Mat

(v) Pottery

(5c)

=LEATHER PRODUCTS=

(i) It is often used to bind or finish books

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(ii) It is used to manufacturer personal accessories, such as belts.

(iii) It is used to make clothing, including pants, skirt, raincoats, and jackets.

=POTTERY=

(i) It is used to hold flowers or other objects.

(ii) It is used as a containment vehicle

(iii) It can be used for eating

(7a)

Impressionism is a 19th century artistic movement that swept much of the painting and sculpture styles of the period. It is not just a passing fad but has defined an entirely modern way of expressing one’s artistry that eventually rubbed off in other art forms like literature and photography

(7b)

(i) Armand Guillaumin

(ii) Camille Pissarro

(iii)Claude Monet

(iv) Pierre Auguste Renoir

(7c)

(i) Brush Strokes:

Distinctive brush strokes are one of the main characteristics of Impressionist art. This technique separated them from the traditional painting style, which demanded invisible brush stokes to make the painting look lifelike.

(ii) Lines:

The lines of the Impressionist art are often blurry, which do not clearly define one object from another in a painting. Such lines create a foggy effect, adding to the dreamy and abstract mood of the painting.

(iii) Lighting:

Lighting was one of the focal points of the Impressionist art movement. Impressionist painters like Monet showed ever-changing light on a subject through his artwork.

(iv) Colors:

Impressionist paintings are usually in separated colors, allowing viewers’ perception to mix them. The colors used by Impressionist painters look more vibrant due to the rapid painting technique to catch an ephemeral quality of the subject.

(5a)

Craft is a form of making which generally produces an object that has a function. examples are something you can wear, or eat or drink from.

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(5b)

[PICK ANY FIVE]

(i) Leather work

(ii)Batik Tie and Dye

(iii) Calabash Craft

(iv) Weaving

(v) Pottery

(vi) Blacksmithing

(vii) Carving

(5c)

POTTERY

(i) They *are* used for cooking

(ii) They are used as plates and bowls

(iii) they are used for ritual purposes.

LEATHER WORK

(i) Leather work is often used to bind or finish books.

(ii) It is often used to make clothing, including pants, skirt, raincoats, and jackets.

(iii) They are used in producing footballs and baseball gloves

(1a)

Art is defined as the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.

(1b)

[PICK ANY THREE]

(i) Graphic design

(ii) fashion design

(iii) Architecture

(iv) Automotive design

(v) Advertising

(vi) Ceramics

(1c)

(i) It promotes expression and creativity

(ii) Applied Art can leads to healthy and thoughtful cultural discussions

(iii) Applied Art can influences society by changing opinions, instilling values and translating experiences across space and time.

(iv) It provides historical context to the society

(v) It gives us a place to gather as a society

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