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Upcoming Bridget Riley exhibition shows the method behind her works

Bridget Riley, celebrates the 50 year anniversary of her first commercial show.  She is most well known for her dizzying, patterned paintings that gave birth to a movement called “Op Art”.  By juxtaposing different colors or black and white against one another she is able to create the illusion that her work is flickering, pulsating or moving.

Riley’s Op Art Bridget Riley, the celebrated... - audicity

Riley’s Op Art Bridget Riley, the celebrated British artist, opens two shows in London this week, celebrating the 50 year anniversary of her first commercial show.

Bridget Riley (British, b. 1931), Study ‘66 R+Angle Curve No 1, 1966. Gouache and graphite on paper, 12 x 12 in.

blastedheath: “ Bridget Riley (British, b. Study R+Angle Curve No Gouache and graphite on paper, 12 x 12 in.

I saw something that an another artist did. I tried to see if I could replicate it. This is what I came up with. I used illustrator to make this. Tip if you are trying to do this... One of the hexagons is broken up to allow for the proper appearance of an overlap.

A new geometric design every day - It reminds me of the 'Wool Marketing Board' logo.scroll down on 'Logo Design' and all will be revealed.

Organic mosaic

tara donovan, Detail of Untitled Ballpoint Pen Drawing, 2002 ballpoint pen on paper. Another fabulous lee lange arts advisory curation.

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Bridget Riley, Untitled (Study for Hidden Squares), 1961

Bridget Riley, Untitled (Study for Hidden Squares), 1961 …

Bridget Riley, née le 24 avril 1931 à Londres en Angleterre, dans le quartier de Norwood, est une artiste peintre britannique d'origine anglaise. Son œuvre, basée sur des formes géométriques et des effets d'optique, s'inscrit dans le mouvement Op Art.

documentassion: “Bridget Riley in her Warwick Road studio, London, with cartoon for ‘Continuum’, ”

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