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OP Art - Optical Illusions
Transcript of OP Art - Optical Illusions
There are many amazing and inspiring op artists that I will be portraying such Akiyoshi Kataka and Victor Varsaley but mainly art pieces from Bridget Riley,I hope you enjoy my presentation on op art so please enjoy! Bridget Riley, one of the many talented op artists who have made an important impact shaping what is op art today, here are some of her many art pieces that have been viewed all around the globe!. In"Op Art." from the Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica Online School, it states that Op Art is indirectly related to Consturctivism, Suprematism and Orphism.
Op Art is used to create a pulsation or flickering of the eye.
Op Art Bridget Riley
Blaze 1, 1962
Emulsion on Hardboard, 43x43 in.
Emulsion on Hardboard, 36x36 in.
Emulsion on Canvas, 117x82 in Bridget Riley
Orient 4, 1970
Acrylic on Canvas, 88x127 in. Bridget Riley
Emulsion on Hardboard, 551/2x551/4 in Arlequin
Victor Vasarely - 1936
Victor Vasarely - 1950
Victor Vasarely - 1959
Victor Vasarely - 1960
Victor Vasarely - 1935
Oil on board 61x41cm Bridget Riley
Oil on linen,
183 x 381 cm, Bridget Riley
Snakes Bridget Riley
Movement In Squares
1961 Bridget Riley
Motion Bridget Riley
400 x 398
1964 Bridget Riley In front of one of her many op art pieces. Bridget Riley
PVA on canvas
87 by8734 Inches. Bridget Riley
was born in London, April 1934. She began work as an art teacher and later developed her skills as an op artist Bridget Riley
28 3/4" x 36" Bbridget Riley
Echo (2000) Silkscreen,
27 1/2" x 28 1/2" Bridget Riley
Silvered 2 (1981) Silkscreen, 42" x 36 3/4"
Fete (1999) Screenprint,
26 x 34 3/8"
Blue Dominance. Red Dominance. Green Dominance. (1997) Screenprint This interesting piece done by Victor Vasarely in 1960 showcases intereting patterns that attract the viewer's eye to focal ponts all over the page, it is a true representation of Op Art. Catarct by Bridget Riley shows a colorful representation of Op Art mixing repetition with color and intricate patterns. It Shows movement. This piece by Bridget Riley shows patterns , clours, shapes and movement with a great use of colour. These Three pieces by Bridget Riley show her true talent of combining colour with patterns and creating three unique but yet similar pieces that prove what an amzing artist she truly is.... Thank You This shows color, variety, shape and form. It depicts Op art and shows a true representation of what op art really is. This shows variety, color and shape and it is a true representaion of optical illusion, Bridget Riley portrays Op art in an amazing portrayal of Op Art and balances movement with proprtion.