Bridgette Riley developed her art on the usual traditional path starting with realistic, figurative subjects. She then explored semi-impressionistic to pointillism styles with mainly landscapes as her subject. It wasn’t until 1960 where she began to evolve into a style that she was known for defined as OP Art.
Painting like Masters is always fun and great practice for artists at any level! With this OnDemand library, you can enjoy yourself any time, any where, and with any one as you create a Master-piece with our Director of Education. Material lists are provided for each episode. Try them all and replay as many times as you’d like!