Member Gallery Show

June 8, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Mill Pond Gallery
314 Mill St
Richmond Hill, ON L4C 4B5
Richmond Hill Group of Artists

Sue FoersterRhythm Art Exhibition
Featuring the artwork of Sue Foerster and Alexandra K. Conrad


The Definition of Rhythm

Along with balance, proportion, emphasis, variety, movement, and harmony, rhythm is one of the main principles of art. Often referred to as principles of organization or design principles, they help to organize the basic elements of art, which include, line, shape, form, value, colour, space, and texture[2]. Rhythm refers to the movement or the visual flow within a certain piece. It is sometimes also referred to as a tempo or a beat created that invites the eye to enter into the journey of the artist’s soul displayed on the canvas, or to help the eye travel and reach its point of focus. Like in music, the rhythm in the art can vary in its speed. There are certain compositions that seem more static, more calm, and more relaxed, producing the feeling of peace, order, and structure, while on the other hand, certain works produce a sense of chaos, disorder, and loss of balance, that most of us would link to the inner expressions of the artists’ soul.
Alexandra ConradMusical Performance – Ron Pine on Guitar
Saturday, June 8  – 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Sunday, June 9 – 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm 
Free Admission, All Welcome!