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OP Art

Introduction

  • Op art, short for optical art.​
  • It is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions. ​
  • Op art works are abstract, with many better known pieces created in black and white. ​
  • Typically, they give the viewer the impression of movement, hidden images, flashing and vibrating patterns, or of swelling or warping​

What is the OP Art? 

  • In a nutshell, Op Art refers to geometric patterns that are mathematically designed to play with visual perception or produce an optical illusion  a sensation that the actually-flat surface is three-dimensional or moving.
  •  Some of these designs really seem to swell, roll or swirl.

Victor Vasarely, was a Hungarian-French artist, who is widely accepted as a “grandfather” and leader of the Op art movement. His work entitled Zebra, created in 1937, is considered by some to be one of the earliest examples of Op art​

 

Born9 April 1906, Pécs, Hungary

​Name : Victor Vasarely

Died15 March 1997, Paris, France

PeriodsOp artAbstract artHard-edge paintingCubismModern art

Known forPainting, sculpture​

Is Op Art A technique?​ Op Art relies on two specific techniques.​

The critical techniques used in Op Art are perspective and careful juxtaposition of color. The color may be chromatic (identifiable hues) or achromatic (black, white, or gray).​

Few Instructions for Drawing.​

  • Use Half Art sheet and draw thin borders.​
  • Use scale for drawing lines.​
  • Draw light with pencil first and then outline and fill with Black sketch pen/ Marker.​
  • You can create your own OP art design using Heart, Oval and Diamond shapes.​​
  • If you want to add colors to your OP Art ,you can its optional.​

 

 

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