13. The artist uses chromatic colors and unequal shapes to create rhythm in this painting.

The artist uses chromatic colors and unequal shapes to create rhythm in this painting.

#13- Rhythm. This artwork has rhythm through repetition. Stare long enough at the piece, you can almost get lost in it.

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Heavy Surf Art Print This is the kind of design I imagine us going with; love the stencil/pencil look as well as the use of waves

harmony Heavy Surf Art Print This is the kind of design I imagine us going with; love the stencil/pencil look as well as the use of waves

Julia Watkins "Koi" beautiful/interesting paintings ( line/ flowing rhythm, color)

RHYTHM IN COLOR--------------Julia Watkins "Koi" beautiful/interesting paintings ( line/ flowing rhythm, color)

This design shows continuity which is why I think it's a good example of rhythm. #RUDesign

This rhythm design shows the colorful lines are curving to the rhythmic direction. This is an example of progressive rhythm.

Hokusai Meets Fibonacci, Golden Ratio by Ars Brevis..... movement project 9-12 full yr

"Hokusai Meets Fibonacci Golden Ratio" by Ars Brevis

"Hokusai Meets Fibonacci Golden Ratio" by Ars Brevis This is an example of the golden ratio. The wave creates the curved effect which is pleasing to the eye. It has a rhythm to it, like you are counting up to the curve of the wave.

We are born into bodies that are fluid and free...Rhythm, breath, music and movement become tools of seeing and then freeing the habits that hold us back. When we move our bodies then our hearts begin to open, when the body and the heart taste freedom the mind won't be far behind. ~Gabrielle Roth

This time we chose to present to you one very talented photographer – Mariya. Mariya takes photos in a unique way. He combines artistic tone with a perfect angle when he takes photographs of women body. Those photographs are not distasteful at all,.

HOW TO MAKE YOUR ART LOOK NICE: Flow and Rhythm by trotroy.deviantart.com on @deviantART

PROBLEMS WITH STIFF DRAWINGS& Maybe keeping the concepts of rhythm and flow in mind will help! (maybe) I was actually going to do a remake for an old tutorial as celebration for my one.

I love this image. It reminds me of movement and rhythm. The line right down the middle of the images create symmetry, creating balance in the image, as well as draws the eye across the image. It has a sort of Yin Yang effect. This image is a great example of Principles of Design http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmEIWgFYtGU If u click on this image, it is linked to images that a great example of symmetry.

17 Photographs That Display Perfect Symmetry #MashPics

By Robert Delaunay Endless Rhythm (Rythme sans fin), Oil paint on canvas, Tate.

Art Nouveau designs consisted of natural lines and curved lines. This type of style was totally different from the Victorian Period.

Matt Shlian: The Unconventional Artist and Paper Engineer Talks to

Photo courtesy of Matt Shlian. WAVE (detail), from Process Series paper . Photo by Cullen Stephenson. Ara paper Photo courtesy of Matt Shlian. Artist and.

Viktoria Prischedko... | Kai Fine Art

Rhythm~ This painting shows rhythm because of the different colored umbrellas in no apparent consistent pattern. If the painting were to continue, one would not know how the new umbrellas would be arranged.

"in rhythm, in dance, in movement: alive" by alodo ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring art

"in rhythm, in dance, in movement: alive" by alodo ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring art

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