Patterns in contemporary art can add interest to a painting, drawing or mixed media piece. In many cases, patterns form the main element of interest in a composition. They keep the viewer engaged. Vibrant patterns appear in the works of Damien Hirst, Phillip Taaffe, Fred Tomaselli, and Sarah Morris, among countless others.
In conclusion, pattern prints are often used in art to create repetition of a visual element. The duplications are often used in a composition to engage the viewer. Patterns have been used in art throughout history by many native cultures and also recently in contemporary art. Patterns can be vibrant and colorful, or also natural such as foliage and animal patterns. Patterns are beautiful and wonderful when used in art. They are decorative and can be spectacular.