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Op Art

An introduction to OP Art and how line, shape, and value are used to create space. The artists Bridget Riley, M.C. Escher and Victor Vasarely are featured.
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Katie Bacon

on 7 May 2013

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Transcript of Op Art

Vonal-Stri - Victor Vasarely 1975 Acrylic on canvas OP Art also known as optical art is a style of art that makes use of optical illusions. How did Victor Vasarely use line, color and shape to create this illusion? Victor Vasarely (Hungarian French 1906-1997) Bridget Riley (British, 1931-) Drift #2 (1968) by Bridget Riley Maurits Cornelis (M.C.) Escher
(Dutch, 1898-1972) Color, line, shape and value can all be used to trick our eyes. They are used
to create the
illusion of space. Convex and Concave 1955 Lithograph Convex is something that
curves towards you. Concave is something that
curves away from you. What can you find in this
picture that is impossible
to make happen? (mute the volume for this video.) Animated Optical Illusions Are you ready to give OP ART a try? How is value used in this picture?
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