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Roll onward

Cataract 3 1967, Bridget Riley

Rolling hills of grain growing,

sand dunes moving with the wind, 20 more words


Rock pooling with Grace and the Fulcrum of Life.

The clouds had been screening the sun all afternoon, any small gaps gave way to intense but fleeting beams of brightness that, as afternoon became evening, hit low in our vision causing us to shield eyes and giving us dramatic casts of shade. 1,150 more words


Bridget Riley: Paintings, 1963-2015 at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 15.04.2016-16.04.2017

‘Clair Obscur’, 2015, Acrylic on APF polyester support

Spanning five decades the paintings in this exhibition highlight Riley’s ever changing dialogue and evolving relationship with monochrome and colour palettes. 548 more words


Introduction To HE: Research Trail Assignment: Self-Evaluation Summary

Research Methodology

The OCA resources section was a good place to start my research and led to images on the Tate’s website. I used a meta search to find references to useful books and articles on the subject, along with a search at my nearest city library (Carlisle).  461 more words

An Introduction To HE: Research Trail Assignment: Bridget Riley

  1. Biographical Information

Bridget Riley was born in London in 1931. She spent her childhood in Cornwall. She studied life drawing as a student at Goldsmith’s College London, under Sam Rabin. 1,358 more words

Blood, Babel, and Bridget Riley

For many, modern art seems to be nonsensical, even pointless, but there is true meaning and emotion behind these works.  Many pieces require more than just a first glance. 880 more words