Glamoursplash: 1960's Op Art, Pop Art & Fashion
Art and fashion meet in the 1960's in the form of Op art and Pop art. Pop art and Op art were separate art movements but the public mixed them, much to the annoyance
Amazon.com: Op-Art Quilt Illusions: Fast, Fun & Fabulous 3-D
The patterns in this book are visually dramatic and yet deceptively simple to create. Fabric selection is a breeze. Just choose one light and one dark, or an
ART:ERY Stained Glass Pattern Co-Op ::: Bald Eagle
Stained glass patterns designed by a collective of stained glass artists. New stained glass patterns added every week!
Op Art. Illusion design works that look like op art. Please note that this page could make you feel sick.
Op Art – Op Art Art – Oil Paintings Reproduction – Canvas Oil
Op Art – A Study of Op Art Art Period and the Main Representatives. Large Image Library, Art History background and links to other resources.
Art Lesson Plan: Op Art -Elementary Level
Submitted by: Patti Caiola, Reynolds Elementary School in Toledo, OH Unit: Op Art – Art/Math Concept
op art Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles
op art , movement that became prominent in the United States and Europe in the mid-1960s. Deriving from abstract expressionism , op art includes
Bridget Riley and Op Art – Webexhibits
Bridget Riley (1931) is a well-known British artist celebrated since the mid-1960s for her distinctive, optically vibrant paintings, called “Op Art.”
Op Art – Art History Basics on the Op Art Movement – 1960s-Present
In October of 1964, in an article describing this new style of art, Time Magazine coined the phrase "Optical Art" (or "Op Art", as it's more commonly known). The term
Op-Art.co.uk | Op Art
This site is all about Op Art. Find out about the main artists such as Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely and see examples of their work. View the gallery to see user
Pattern Lesson 6 Art Part – Dartmouth College
Exploration of color interaction and symmetry through the work of an Op artist. Goals: 1) to become familiar with Op art. 2) to explore the use of pattern and color
Op Art in Fashion and Design | Op-Art.co.uk
“It was a marvellous time. In the ‘60s you were knocked in the eyeballs. Everybody, everything was new.” Diana Vreeland – Editor in Chief of US Vogue 1963