Unformatted text preview: modern art like Pop Art. Op Art’s primary goal was to fool the eye. Works were composed to create the illusion of movement, although all Op Art pieces were flat and two-dimensional. Based on geometry, Op Art is almost completely non-representational. The color, line, and shapes were chosen for the purposes of illusion and not to evoke any emotion or mood. Colors and perspective and chosen carefully to achieve the desired effect, and both positive and negative spaces are of equal importance in the composition. Artists: (biography & artworks) Lohse, Richard Paul - 1902 - 1988 Mack, Heinz - - Riley, Bridget - 1931 - Vasarely, Victor - 1908 - 1997 Lohse, Richard Paul - 1902 - 1988 Mack, Heinz - - Riley, Bridget - 1931 - Vasarely, Victor - 1908 - 1997...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course ARH ARH2000 taught by Professor Karenroberts during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.
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