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    • What do you notice about these two pieces of art? Let’s watch some illusions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoUfT_UR8Gc#t=172
    • Op Art   Stands for “Optical Art”: art that creates an optical illusion Optical illusion: an image that tricks your eyes into seeing something that’s not there Example of an optical illusion: The bar is the exact same gray all the way across.
    • More optical illusions Fraser Spiral Illusion: This looks like a spiral, but it is actually concentric circles (circles inside of circles, all with the same center). Hermann Grid Illusion: Black dots appear and disappear very quickly at the intersections.
    • Op Art: Do you remember what it stands for?  First started, and most popular, in the 1960s  Also known as:  Geometric abstraction  Hard-edge abstraction  Perceptual abstraction Bridget Riley. “Movement in Squares.” 1961.
    • What is Op Art all about?    Optical illusions Eye-brain connection Elements of art:  Line  Shape  space  Principles of design:  Pattern  Movement What is the optical illusion in this piece? How did the artist, Bridget Riley, create it?
    • Famous Op Artist: Bridget Riley Born April 24th, 1931 in London, England. Cataract 3, 1967.
    • More of Bridget Riley’s Art Blaze 3, 1963. Loss, 1964.
    • Famous Op Artist: Victor Vasarely Born in 1906 in Hungary, but lived most of his life in Paris, France; died in 1997. He is often claimed as the father of Op Art.
    • More of Victor Vasarely’s Art Cheyt-M Ambigu-B, 1970.
    • Vanishing Point: The point at which a thing disappears or ceases to exist  . Vanishing Point
    • Vanishing Points?
    • OPTION 1: Geometric Op Art created by students
    • More student work * Where are the vanishing points?
    • OPTION 2: ORGANIC OP ART *Free flowing wavy lines. Less straight and rigid.
    • These are just ideas! You will have to include at least 3 colors.
    • Option 3: You can also combine Geometric with Organic!
    • -You will be using colored pencils to complete this project! NO! Scribbly lines and not bold! YES! Bold colors – Press hard with colored pencil!
    • To review, Op Art Project:    Create original Geometric OR Organic Design, OR a combination of both. Use colored pencils & include at least 3 colors. Must be an illusion!
    • Your 1st Practice Technique: Sphere