NECO 2022 VISUAL ART ESSAY AND OBJ ANSWERS

NECO 2022 VISUAL ART ESSAY AND OBJ ANSWERS ANSWERS-EXAMKING.NET
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VISUAL ART-ESSAY-ANSWERS
Please Answer 4 Questions Only.
(1a)
Art is 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.
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(1b)
(Pick Any Three)
(i)Design
(ii)Fashion Design
(iii)Architecture
(iv)Automotive Design
(v)Advertising

(1c)(1c)
(i) it is a natural behavior:
Just like language is a natural behavior of expressing oneself, so is art. When children are young, they draw to express themselves. They try to draw something creative that reflects their thought process.

(ii) Media for communication:
There are different types of language. You might not understand a particular language. But art is a universal form of communication. Everyone can understand it. With art, you can share your ideas and thoughts with other people.

(iii) It talks about culture and society:
When you look at the paintings made in caves and rocks by the ancient people, it gives us an idea about their culture. So, art is a form of preserving culture. It reflects a society’s beliefs, cultural values, etc.

(iv) Attracts tourism:
People visit many places because of art, like the Louvre in Paris or Granville Island in Vancouver. It can bridge the gap between different cultures.

(v) It leads to healthy and thoughtful cultural discussions:
Art is often controversial or groundbreaking. And when art creates a stir, it has the potential to spark healthy conversations that lead to improvements across a society. Rather than impassioned debate, art gives us an opportunity to analyze, respond to, and create social change.
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(2a)
Appliqué is defined a a sewing technique in which fabric patches are layered on a foundation fabric, then stitched in place by hand or machine with the raw edges turned under or covered with decorative stitching

(2b)
A mosaic is a picture made up of small parts which are traditionally tiny tiles made out of terracotta, pieces of glass, ceramics or marble and usually inlayed into floors and walls. It is usually executed on walls or floors.

(2c)
Monochrome refers to a color scheme that is comprised of variations of one color. For example, adding white to red creates pink, adding black to red creates maroon, etc.

(2d)
Motif is defined as a unit of design or shape used repeatedly to create / form patterns.

(2e)
Terra-Cotta is hard, fired clay, brownish-red in color when unglazed, that is used for architectural ornaments and facings, structural units, pottery, and as a material for sculpture.

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(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)
The dry method uses all of the ingredients spread out on the floor in horizontal layers. The layers are watered and left to soak overnight. The clay is then dug vertically and set aside in small heaps which are then kneaded by hand (by foot).

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(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
(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
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(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.
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