Examples of Random Rhythm in Art?


Rhythm of art is a visual beat. A pattern has rhythm, but not all rhythm is patterned. It is stated that the colors of an art piece can convey rhythm by making your eyes travel from one part of the painting to the other. The lines in the art can produce rhythm by implying movement. Some of the names of the art pieces that have random rhythm are BB King of the Blues, by Richard Klingbeil; Riviera Rhythms, by Jennifer Lycke; and Devotion, by Karina Llergo Salto.
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