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Bridget Riley

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Jessica Miroglotta

on 13 July 2016

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Transcript of Bridget Riley

Bridget
Riley

Bridget Riley
Bridget Riley is a British Op artist who was born in London and grew up in southern England

she trained at the Royal College of Art in London, but became dissatisfied with her training

she left school because of this dissatisfaction, and to look after her father, who had been in a serious car accident
Regaining Confidence
a trip to France and Italy, where she saw the artwork of Impressionists and Futurists inspired her

this artwork gave her the idea to create artwork that explored optical effects and movement

she quickly became the best known of the Op artists
Inspiration
Bridget Riley is inspired by experiences and different states of mind

Riley takes a unit, such as a shape, line or space, and transforms it in some way

she used black and white for many years to express the tension in her life; she later used color to express calmer feelings
Working Life
works in an all-white studio to clearly see the variations in her values

her work became highly commercialized in the 1960's, which she protested; she said she was not trying to paint optical effects but express "a kind of tension"
Current, 1964
Movement in Squares, 1960
Blaze 1, 1962
Entice, 1974
Essential Questions
What about Bridget Riley's artwork stands out to you?

Why is being creative so important? How does creativity set artists apart from others?
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