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1. In Claes Oldenburg%27s sculpture, what part of the mouse is an organic shape?
head, eyes, ears, nose
2. What did Edward Weston photograph to create organic shape?
bell peppers, women school , a mouse, an organ
3. In William Baziotes%27 %22Opalescent%22, the artist uses shapes that are organic and look like they might come from where?
the farm, the sea, the city, the mountains
4. In the example of postive and negative space with chairs, what is the color of the negative space?
black, white, brown, red
5. Who is the artist that makes organic shapes of fruit and bread look “machine made”?
John Westin, Piet Mondrian, David Smith, Jean Metzinger
6. What is the area around positive shapes called?
form, highlights, negative space, geometric space
7. What material is David Smith’s sculpture of geometric shapes made from?
stone, stainless steel, pottery, wood
8. In the ceramic vase of Magdalene Odundo, what nearly mirrors the bulbous lower positive shape?
the lower base, the negative space, the shadows, the upper neck
9. Which of the following shapes might be organic?
the shapes of David Smith%27s sculpture %22Cubi IX%22, the eyes of Claus Oldenburg%27s %22Geometric Mouse-Scale A%22, Chaim Soutine%27s %22Carcass of Beef%22, Piet Mondrian%27s %22Squares%22