polychromatic / theme
While some may favor the even tone of the monochrome, others frolick in the multiplicity of hues: reds, greens, browns, yellows, and blacks. Mixed and juxtaposed, brights and darks are thrown together come-what-may: the hues of a wheel which, when spun, will appear white to the eye. Ideally, diverse yet integrated, harmonious and beautiful.
Themes represent basic categories of thought, emotion, or value. While our assignment of themes may at times seem arbitrary or whimsical, they serve to link together artists and movements along non- hierarchial pathways. Follow the themes to look for new disciplines that share qualities with those you already like, or to open up new worlds of Art and Culture.