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Bridget Riley on painting

“I decided that rather than trying to create abstract forms from landscape or the human figure, I would do what Mondrian had done and start with the basic elements of form: the line, the rectangle, the plane. 12 more words

Artist Quotes

Week 3: An Op-opportunity Awaits!

Frank Stella

Bridget Riley

Don’t op out of this fun geometric art exercise!  Time to get funky with your black ink and a pop of your favorite color as we dive into to the Op Art movement.  118 more words

Wet Paint St. Paul

Painting is, I think, inevitably an archaic activity and one...

Painting is, I think, inevitably an archaic activity and one that depends on spiritual values. – Bridget Riley: http://dlvr.it/DHg3ml

Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley: Learning from Seurat @ the Courtauld Gallery

The English painter Bridget Riley was born in south London in 1931. She’s considered a leading exponent of Op Art, short for Optical Art – art which uses visual illusions to create effects. 803 more words

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Learning from the Masters

Some important lessons I have learnt in choreography class from the masters of American modern dance:

Everything has already been done before.  We learn by copying, especially with dance, one body mimicking the other.   545 more words

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