Pop Art - Bridget Riley.  Draw the outline of a hand, very lightly in pencil, and then began drawing lines freehand across the paper. When part of the hand was in the way of the straight line, each artist had to "crawl over" their finger or hand with curves and arcs. The optical illusion became very obvious if the lines were close together and the curves fairly strong.

Light pencil outline of hand, draw lines freehand across the paper, "crawl over" finger or hand with curves and arcs; illusion is strongest if the lines are close together and the curves fairly strong

Juxtapoz- Bridget Riley Op Art and geometric abstraction

The Work of Bridget Riley

Op Art Bridget Riley Fall 1963 ‘I try to organise a field of visual energy which accumulates until it reaches maximum tension'

Gerhard Richter / 4096 Colours, 1974.

Gerhard Richter 4096 Colours 1974 254 cm x 254 cm Enamel on canvas

Bridget Riley (b1931) a leading British op artist,  began investigating colour in 1967, the year in which she produced her first stripe painting.

Bridget Riley a leading British op artist, began investigating colour in the year in which she produced her first stripe painting.

Bridget Riley

Kenneth Martin - Chance, Order, Change 12 (Four Colours) 1980 - Oil on canvas - support: 914 x 911 mm

Bridget Riley at Gallery One in London with "Uneasy Centre" (above) and "Off" (below), (1962)

Bridget Riley at Gallery One in London - 1962 with "Uneasy Centre" (above) and "Off" (below)

bridget riey, dynamism

I'm comparing the natal charts of two leading proponents of Op Art: Victor Vasarely, its originator, and Bridget Riley.

bridget riey, dynamism

I'm comparing the natal charts of two leading proponents of Op Art: Victor Vasarely, its originator, and Bridget Riley.

Bridget Riley up close

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