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Op Art using Positive and Negative Shapes. Explore the possibilities with this Op Art kit. Letter- sub lesson

For PreK when they study letters Op Art using Positive and Negative Shapes. Explore the possibilities with this Op Art kit.

Optical illusions on cubes - inspired by the artist Bridget Riley (",)

Thanks to Jacquelien from Kids Artists for this idea . Also the work of English Op Artist Bridget Riley Image: Bridget.

Directions for making op art-3rd gr. OH standard 4 PE Op art: I can recognize the art of American Artist Bridget Riley. students will select one of the op art designs to create for their sketchbook cover.

Bridget Riley Directions for making op gr. OH standard 4 PE Op art: I can recognize the art of American Artist Bridget Riley. students will select one of the op art designs to create for their sketchbook cover.

Op Art- Style of visual art that uses lines to create optical illusions. It can even give the viewer the sense that the painting is moving. This piece is by Bridget Riley, 1962.

Bridget Louise Riley CH CBE Blaze Study, An English painter who is one of the foremost proponents of Op art. She currently lives and works in London, Cornwall, and France.

Op Art in the style of Bridget Riley | Lessons from the K-12 Art Room

The Art I Students learned about the Op Art Movement that emerged in the Op Art was, in part, a reaction to the highly emotiona.

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