Rhythm and Movement (Principle of Design)

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Unique way to introduce Van Gogh's Starry Night and the Element of Movement

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Love the stillness of her yet the movement all around....we can create or own calm within the motion of life

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Love the stillness of her yet the movement all around....we can create or own calm within the motion of life

Inspired by Bridget Riley art "blaze" Element of Art: Line Principle of Art Pattern, Movement, Repetition, Emphasis

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Rhythm: Rhythm, in art, is a visual beat. A pattern has rhythm, but not all rhythm is patterned. For example, the colors of a piece can convey rhythm, by making your eyes travel from one component to another. Lines can produce rhythm by implying movement. Forms, too, can cause rhythm by the ways in which they're placed one next to the other.

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RHYTHM: The use of a pattern to create a sense of movement through the repetition of similar shapes or forms.      There appears to be a clear rhythm in the push and pull of rooms along the front facade of the Manchester Civil Justice Center, even mimicking a sound wave if it were turned on its side.

RHYTHM: The use of a pattern to create a sense of movement through the repetition of similar shapes or forms. There appears to be a clear rhythm in the push and pull of rooms along the front facade of the Manchester Civil Justice Center, even mimicking a sound wave if it were turned on its side.

Principles of Design: Rhythm/Movement

Principles of Design: Rhythm/Movement

This picture showcases the principle of rhythm because is the lines, shapes, colours, textures, and patterns in clothing are arranged to lead the viewer’s eye easily from one part of the garment to another. This leads attention to the outfit. Examples of repetition in this garment are the colours (blue, red, pink, yellow, green...), and the pattern (the zig zag). Designers use this principle to ensure the design is aesthetic and has a sense of movement.

This picture showcases the principle of rhythm because is the lines, shapes, colours, textures, and patterns in clothing are arranged to lead the viewer’s eye easily from one part of the garment to another. This leads attention to the outfit. Examples of repetition in this garment are the colours (blue, red, pink, yellow, green...), and the pattern (the zig zag). Designers use this principle to ensure the design is aesthetic and has a sense of movement.

Rhythm Example: Elements follow the same pattern and texture that create a sense of movement

Rhythm Example: Elements follow the same pattern and texture that create a sense of movement