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Delaunay - comfortable, soothing colors swimming like fishes. Moss green, teal blue, down yellow.

delaunay sonia was a jewish-french artist who, with her husband robert delaunay and others, cofounded the orphism art movement, noted for its use of strong colours and geometric shapes.

Abstract Diagonal Composition no. 1733, designed by Sonia Delaunay, France, 1925. Gouache on paper. Private collection. © L & M SERVICES B.V. The Hague 20100623. Photo: © private collection.

Life on the fast track- from technology to trains- we are moving forward. With the sun setting on our commute, we watch bright yellows deepen into sophisticated golden hues. Capture the warmth with GRAIN .06 and combine with gray hues STONE .07, STONE .04, IMAGINE .06 for an urban feel, whether or not you make your home amongst the skyscrapers.

Ginko - Leaves turn a buttery yellow in the Fall and are beautiful when the sun shines on them. This brilliant colleague reminds me of shingles on a building.

Pattern, like texture, is used to create visual interest. Unlike texture however, pattern does not invoke a tactile sense. Although textures can contain pattern-like elements, not all patterns are textures. Here patterns and variation are used to create interesting shapes with unity.

this is a good example of pattern because you can tell what shape will come next by not seeing them. almost the patter stays the same though out.

Erin Quigley Gokounous this looks like something you'd doodle... Don't know how I'd use it, but I like the texture.

Density Cobbles: field effects, nice

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