Bridget Riley - Fall  Michael Compton’s account of Bridget Riley’s painting, Fall, “The eye (and the mind) is threatened with a complete breakdown in its power to control or structure what it sees. It is overwhelmed which contridictory information, much of it is created by its own mechanisms, which in less extreme conditions, serve to stabilise perception.”

The Work of Bridget Riley

Op Art Bridget Riley Fall 1963 ‘I try to organise a field of visual energy which accumulates until it reaches maximum tension'

Britannia, emulsion on cardboard, 56×61 by Bridget Riley, 1961

Bridget Riley is a British artist. Around 1960 she began to develop her signature Op Art style consisting of black and white geometric patterns that explore the dynamism of sight and produce a disorienting effect on the eye.

bridget riley by ida kar

"Focusing isn't just an optical activity, it is also a mental one." - Bridget Riley // Artist Bridget Riley photography by Ida Kar // Bridget Riley is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art.

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Bridget Riley (b. British), English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art. His work, based on geometric shapes and optical effects, is part of the Op Art movement.

Fold, 2004 by Bridget Riley. Hard Edge Painting. abstract

A selection of Bridget Riley's paintings presented in chronological order. To find out more about the artist, please see the Bridget Riley biography

Bridget Riley - "Descending"  A major early proponent of Op-Art, the London-born and based Riley's enigmatic early-1960s black, white, and grey tonal pieces had great influence on and presence in the "Happenings" of mid-to-late 60s "Swinging London."

Descending Artist: Bridget Riley Completion Date: 1966 Style: Op Art Genre: abstract

Credit: Walker Art Gallery/Bridget Riley's own collection Study for Shuttle (1964)

Flashback: Bridget Riley at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

It was around this time that the term ‘Op Art’ entered the public consciousness…

Bridget Riley, Saraband, 1985 - shows the connection to Paul Smith

Bridget Riley

This design shows continuity which is why I think it's a good example of rhythm. #RUDesign

This rhythm design shows the colorful lines are curving to the rhythmic direction. This is an example of progressive rhythm.