In this piece, I experimented with composing Wag elements together into a more complex arrangement. There are many layers to this work, and many colors, yet each element has its own color scheme. These colors are not repeated, but are still highly complementary to the adjacent elements. The large retticello is where the eyes are first drawn to, with its many intersecting and weaving lines in bright colors. The popping circles to the top left of this exhibit great contrast and balance the canvas. The blue wig-wag column on the left pulls the eyes across the canvas and holds the composition together.