riot of color

riot of color(s)

That which contains an array of many different, contrasting colors. I love watching the sun go down here. The whole horizon turns into a riot of colors. Her paintings are typically riots of color, so the stark, minimalistic palette in this work is especially striking.
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riot of color

Cliché a selection of many bright colors. The landscape was a riot of color each autumn.
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Soundview Publications, in Atlanta, won the 2000 Gold Award in NL/NL's Newsletter Promotion Awards Competition for a 24-page magalog ("a riot of color and graphics and photos and boldface lists of dozens of ways to improve your health") touting the newsletter Second Opinion.
From charcoal to dove, the power of gray is a strong antidote to a riot of color for fall 2000.
This year's winner of The Newsletter on Newsletters Newsletter Promotion Awards competition is a 24-page magalog which is a riot of color and graphics and photos and boldface lists of dozens of ways to improve your health.
On cold, gray Bronx mornings, I often ache for the warm riot of colors of my Dominican Republic: miles of brilliant, blue-green ocean, fiery oranges and vivid greens in open-air markets, pastels brightening both glorious and hauntingly dilapidated houses.