Jeg ville ha ny header, og fant dette bildet hos Google, det er et bilde som heter Movement in squares, malt i 1961 av Bridget Riley.
Her kan du se noen av de andre bildene, som er ganske kewle, men som man blitt litt svimmel av, samt lese mer om Bridget.
Bridget Riley was born in 1931 at Norwood, London, the daughter of a businessman. Her childhood was spent in Cornwall and Lincolnshire. She studied at Goldsmiths College from 1949 to 1952, and at the Royal College of Art from 1952 to 1955. Riley has exhibited widely since her first solo show in 1962. Among numerous exhibitions, she was included in the 1968 Venice Biennial where she won the International Prize for painting.
Riley began painting figure subjects in a semi-impressionist manner, then changed to the Neo-Impressionist technique of Pointillism around 1958, mainly producing landscapes. The same year she was deeply impressed by the large Jackson Pollock exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London.
In 1960, working initially in black and white, she evolved a style in which she explored the dynamic effects of optical phenomena. These so-called ‘Op-art’ pieces, such as «Fall», 1963, produce a disorienting physical effect on the eye. Riley taught children for two years before joining the Loughborough School of Art, where she initiated a basic design course in 1959. She then taught at Hornsey School of Art, and from 1962 at Croydon School of Art. She worked for the J. Walter Thompson Group advertising agency from 1960, but gave up teaching and advertising agency work in 1963-4.
Slik. Da synes jeg at jeg har gjort jobben min, gitt kred til Bridget R og da bruker jeg bildet med god samvittighet :->