"Victor Vasarely, Hungarian , 9 April 1906 – 15 March 1997 was a Hungarian–French artist whose work is generally seen as aligned with Op-art. His work entitled Zebra, created by Vasarely in the 1930s, is considered by some to be one of the earliest examples of Op-art."



Op-art is short for Optical Illusion Art



"... Vasarely eventually went on to produce art and sculpture mainly focused around the area of optical illusion. Over the next three decades, Vasarely developed his style of geometric abstract art, working in various materials but using a minimal number of forms and colours....Vasarely died in Paris in 1997."

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official website for Vasarely is http://www.vasarely.com/

VASARELY'S INFLUENCE ON MY ABSTRACTS CAN NOT BE UNDERSTATED. EACH TIME I EMBARK ON THE CREATION OF AN ABSTRACT IMAGE...... I AM ECHOING VASARELY'S WORK


THE IMAGES SHOWN ON THIS PAGE BEGAN AS A SHEET OF POKA-DOTS... THROUGH MANY DISTORTIONS, USING SEVERAL DIFFERENT FILTERS, AN IMAGE WHICH GIVES THE ILLUSION
OF DEPTH AND PERSPECTIVE WAS CREATED.




I HAVE BEEN USING THE COMPUTER PROGRAM KNOWN AS PHOTOSHOP.... AS A VIRTUAL PAINTBRUSH..... EXPLORING FILTERS AND EFFECTS TO CREATE MY ARTWORK.




EACH OF THESE IMAGES ARE ORIGINAL DIGITAL CREATIONS

AS I OFTEN DO.... I HAVE STUDIED THE SAME IMAGE IN MANY DIFFERENT COLOR SCHEMES.
I AM SHARING SOME OF MY FAVORITE OUTCOMES OF THOSE 'COLOR STUDIES" OF THIS IMAGE...ON THIS WEBPAGE



THE FINAL IMAGE WHICH I CREATE MIGHT BE MOST CLOSELY DEFINED AS A VEXEL

"Vexel is a neologism for an entirely pixel-based form of raster art that imitates the visual appearance of vector graphics technique (i.e. sharp-edged lines and areas of flat colour or smooth gradient fills). The word itself is a portmanteau derived from a combination of "vector" and "pixel."
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia




"Victor Vasarely, Hungarian , 9 April 1906 – 15 March 1997 was a Hungarian–French artist whose work is generally seen as aligned with Op-art. His work entitled Zebra, created by Vasarely in the 1930s, is considered by some to be one of the earliest examples of Op-art."



Op-art is short for Optical Illusion Art



"... Vasarely eventually went on to produce art and sculpture mainly focused around the area of optical illusion. Over the next three decades, Vasarely developed his style of geometric abstract art, working in various materials but using a minimal number of forms and colours....Vasarely died in Paris in 1997."

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

official website for Vasarely is http://www.vasarely.com/

VASARELY'S INFLUENCE ON MY ABSTRACTS CAN NOT BE UNDERSTATED. EACH TIME I EMBARK ON THE CREATION OF AN ABSTRACT IMAGE...... I AM ECHOING VASARELY'S WORK


THE IMAGES SHOWN ON THIS PAGE BEGAN AS A SHEET OF POKA-DOTS... THROUGH MANY DISTORTIONS, USING SEVERAL DIFFERENT FILTERS, AN IMAGE WHICH GIVES THE ILLUSION
OF DEPTH AND PERSPECTIVE WAS CREATED.




I HAVE BEEN USING THE COMPUTER PROGRAM KNOWN AS PHOTOSHOP.... AS A VIRTUAL PAINTBRUSH..... EXPLORING FILTERS AND EFFECTS TO CREATE MY ARTWORK.




EACH OF THESE IMAGES ARE ORIGINAL DIGITAL CREATIONS

AS I OFTEN DO.... I HAVE STUDIED THE SAME IMAGE IN MANY DIFFERENT COLOR SCHEMES.
I AM SHARING SOME OF MY FAVORITE OUTCOMES OF THOSE 'COLOR STUDIES" OF THIS IMAGE...ON THIS WEBPAGE



THE FINAL IMAGE WHICH I CREATE MIGHT BE MOST CLOSELY DEFINED AS A VEXEL

"Vexel is a neologism for an entirely pixel-based form of raster art that imitates the visual appearance of vector graphics technique (i.e. sharp-edged lines and areas of flat colour or smooth gradient fills). The word itself is a portmanteau derived from a combination of "vector" and "pixel."
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia