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  1. Rhythm...

  2. Rhythm • Rhythm is defined as continuous, recurrent, or organized movement. • Leads the eye from one point to another and creates motion. • It allows for underlying unity and evolving variety in a design. HGTV

  3. TYPES OF RHYTHM • Rhythm by Repetition • Rhythm by Gradation • Rhythm by Radiation • Rhythm by Opposition • Rhythm by Transition

  4. Rhythm By Repetition • Rhythm created by duplicating (repeating) shapes, colors, pattern, line, texture. • Beams in the ceiling are repeated. Window panes, repeat. Stripes on ottoman and chair are repeated.

  5. Rhythm by Repetition… • Continuous related movement. • Natural textures and patterns of the earth.

  6. REPETITION

  7. REPETITION

  8. Rhythm By Gradation • Rhythm created by a gradual change in size or color. • Paint on wall changes gradually in value.

  9. Rhythm by Gradation… • Completed by increasing or decreasing one or more qualities. • It suggests an onward motion by successive changes toward a goal.

  10. GRADATION

  11. GRADATION

  12. Rhythm By Radiation • Rhythm created by objects coming from a central axis. • Tall Grasses “radiate” from the center of the vase on this bathroom vanity.

  13. Rhythm by Radiation… • All parts of a composition are balanced and repeated around a center. • Petals of a daisy, Chairs around a table, Circular objects such as plates, bowls, light fixtures, textile patterns, hanging plants and chandeliers

  14. RADIATION

  15. RADIATION

  16. Rhythm By Opposition • Rhythm created by lines meeting at right angles or contrasting colors. • Contrasting black and white tiles and the lines intersecting at right angles.

  17. Rhythm by Opposition • The direct placement of forms or colors to create opposition by an abrupt change. • Ornate objects placed in quiet backgrounds, Old versus new, Round forms next to square ones, Red next to green (complementary colors)

  18. OPPOSITION

  19. OPPOSITION

  20. Rhythm By Transition • Rhythm created by curved lines that carry your eye across a straight surface. • Window treatments that gently swag down, create a soft rhythm by transition.

  21. Rhythm by Transition • Often subtle. • Leads the eye in a gentle, continuous, uninterrupted visual flow from one area to another or object to another. • Curved lines are a sign of transition.

  22. TRANSITION

  23. TRANSITION

  24. Rhythm • The key to rhythm is continuity • The organized movement of recurring or developing patterns into a connected whole. • It’s all about the movement!

  25. What Type of Rhythm? • Repetition? • Gradation? • Radiation? • Opposition? • Transition?

  26. Where do you see rhythm?