Visitors Forum Riley

BridgetBritish1931General InformationEnglish painter and designer, the leading British exponent of Op Art, whose interest in optical effects came in part from her study of Seurat’s technique of pointillism. When Riley took up Op Art in the early 1960’s she worked in black & white, turning to colour in 1966. Her work shows a complete mastery of the effects characteristic of Op art, particularly subtle variations in size, shape or placement of serialized units in an all-over pattern. Using groups of colours, she concentrates on forms which liberate fugitive colour with the minimum of distraction, e.g.stripes. It is often on a large scale and she frequently makes use of assistants for the actual execution. Although her paintings often create effects of vibration and dazzle, one of her 1980’s works is a decorative scheme for the interior of the Royal Hospital, Liverpool, which uses soothing bands of blue, yellow, pink and white, and which is reported to have caused a drop in vandalism. She has travelled extensively, and a visit to Egypt in 1981 was particularly influential on her work, as she was inspired by the colours of ancient Egyptian art. Her later work is warmer, the formal elements more variable and the control of fugitive colour more apparent.Born in London in 1931, Riley studied at Goldsmith’s College of Art under Sam Rabin, 1949-52 and at the RCA 1952-55 where her contemporaries included Dick Smith, Peter Blake, Joe Tilson and John Bratby. She taught at Loughborough College of Art(1959-61), Hornsey College of Art( 1960) and Croydon College of Art (1962-64). For a time she was adviser to J Walter Thompson advertising agency. She had her first solo show in 1962 at Gallery One, was a prize-winner at John Moores Liverpool Exhibition in 1963, then took part in a series of overseas shows in 1964 which consolidated her growing international reputation. There were Arts Council touring shows in 1973 and 1984, the year after she designed sets and costumes for Ballet Rambert’s “Colour Moves”.Her many awards include the Grand Prize for Painting at the Venice Biennale in 1968 and a CBE in 1972. She has studios in London, Cornwall and Provence.The British Council and the Tate Gallery hold her work. Some examples of her work can be seen on http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/riley_bridget.html also at http://www.paceprints.com/contemporary/riley
The WorksSome highlights of works by this artist selected by Art Guide’s editors and readers.
Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal Conversation, 1993
Maclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr Rose Return (1985)
On ViewSome museums where works by this artist are on view selected by Art Guide’s editors and readers.
Cecil Higgins Art Gallery and Museum, Bedford
City Art Gallery, Leeds
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Huddersfield Art Gallery
Tate Britain, London
Ulster Museum, Belfast
University Gallery, Leeds
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester Further Information Planning travel to the UK
Valuations/buying & selling art
Directory of living artists Learning about art
Supporting the arts Visitors ForumIn my art history book, Fall-an op image was described as an acrylic emulsion…..I wanted to know exactly how it works, or anything about it that you could share. danielle – 19-Oct-2004I love your paintings they are so unique and mind twisting and each painting has its own personality. I want to know what your next painting looks like!!!chloe mcgeehan 18-10-2004 chloe – 18-Oct-2004I love your paintings they are so unique and mind twisting and each painting has its own personality. I want to know what your next painting looks like!!!chloe mcgeehan 18-10-2004 – 18-Oct-2004ur art is gr8 i wish that i could do it as well as u drs – 18-Oct-2004i need 5 facts about the painting breathe but i cnt find ne!!! pleez help!!! – 17-Oct-2004LOOZERS! I av 2 draw 1 of ur paintins- im so glad theyr easy 2 copy!!!!!!! unnamed – 17-Oct-2004Peace up A-town down! unnamed – 17-Oct-2004As iam studing bridget riley she is a very hardworking lady and i know eveyone love her work. lee norman – 17-Oct-2004hey, im doing a art gcse at the mo (Romsey school) and have chosen fashion – op art for my subject. i need a load of info about bridget rileys work and her life (enough to fill a sketchbook). so if anyone has any info about her that aint on this website could you e mail me please. cheerslove kate x x kate – 16-Oct-2004wahoooooo im so hyper n ur so wikid i just lurveeeeee ur work, im doin a project on u now, ny1 from fernwood junior this is zoe in 8W, hi there! pooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo zoe – 14-Oct-2004Hi, I am doing a project on Bridget Riley, and i need help. i am just wondering if anyone could help. This is the Qustuion: What style of art has Riley been classified under?Explain. So if anyone know any correct information, could you please send it to [email protected] THANK YOU!!!!By the way I really like Bridget Riley’s work, it is sooo nice, beatiuful, grr i cant even find a word for it…
Carmen – 10-Oct-2004thnx for this website it helped me with my art project big time
Jen – 9-Oct-2004this site helped me with my gcse course thanks alot keep up the good work xx
sonia – 7-Oct-2004this web site is really wicked, it has helped me with mr project in year 8 at school!! hello to any one at Alameda Middle School!!! i am in 8R!!!!
Sian King – 6-Oct-2004hi every one, i have been intrested in bridget for 3 years now and have studied her work to a fine art. At the moment i am in my a2 year at college, and i am again looking at bridget for my artist research, i am trying to find out how i can contact bridget in person as i would like to ask her a few questions about the way that she paints on her canvas. if any one can help me please email me as soon as possible thnaxk. holden
k. holden – 4-Oct-2004i am doing an opitional unit of my AVCE in art @ da momemt an i am lukin in2 bridget riley ifink dat er wrk is amazin an i luv it. i ope dat my final piece will luk as gud as er wrk.luv jenxx
jennie – 26-Sep-2004love your design
owen – 25-Sep-2004I LIKE UR WORK N IM DOIN A PROJECT AT SKOOL, CAN U SEND ME SUM INFO ABOUT URSELF OR WHATS INSPIRES U, THANX ALOT
JASON HART – 20-Sep-2004I had always heard your name around the world but never know who you really are. And than one day my art teacher said I am going to do a big project on you. so i started to find information about you and your artworks and that is when I found out you are a wonderful artist!!!!! i just want you to know i love your artworks!!!!!
Lara – 16-Sep-2004I think sheez awesome! Her work is kinda mesmerising. And HIYA to any1 4rom Cockermouth on dis website 4 their homework!
Franni 12tree – 15-Sep-2004hi, i’m studying bridget riley and i was want to do a timeline of the progression of her works withb pictures to match. i have the words and info but no images to explain the stages, can you direct me to anywhere or email me any info? thanx xxx
Lydia – 14-Sep-2004I THINK YOUR WORK IS ORIGONAL AND VERY COLUORFULL. I HOPE ONE DAY I WILL BE AS GOOD AS YOU.
R.C – [email protected] is my email address. Could you please email me the answers to the questions. Thankyou very much.
Kiran Chana – 1-Sep-2004I think your work is really great. I am doing a project on you for art and i was wondering if you could answer these questions for me.When did you paint “intake” and what materials did you use?What materials did you use to paint “ease”?what is the title of the black and white image you painted for someone called lisa? When did you paint it and what materials did you use?I hope you can answer my questions as it would be of a real help to me. Thankyou very much.
Kiran Chana – 1-Sep-2004we think her works really kewl n its actually summit u could have up in ur room!!!!!xxxxxxxxxx
LT ‘n’ KT – 14-Aug-2004its good work i’d like to see more of it in the future-if shes not dead?????xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
KT ‘n’ LT – 14-Aug-2004I love the way her pictures give you feeling of infinity. The images make me think of a world which is infinite and that she is only showing us a very small part of that world in her pictures.When I’ve looked hard at her pictures in galleries I sometimes find that I see colours that aren’t actually there but your brain seem’s to see them and also I sometimes see the stripes or waves start to move after looking at her pictures for five or ten minutes
Graeme Mair – 10-Jul-2004oil paintings and picture frames manufacturer,you can purchase our product from the distributor of your area immdiacy!!
Oil paintings and picture fram – 6-Jul-2004ya, shes kool, i have to do this project on opart for art lessons and she came up, but its my birthday today! damnm shoulda got my hmwrk done be4. well shes very interesting and fab
bianca – 4-Jun-2004I like Riley’s art work. It’s weird though. Much different from other artists. She has painted cool and weird pictures.
Kong Vang – 4-Jun-2004bridget riley is an amazing artist…the illusions and mind boggling..I LOVE THEM SO MUCH…they confuse me 2!!!
Jenny – 26-May-2004Bridget Riley, you have greatly inspired me this year. I am currently studying art at degree level and due to varoius unforseen occurunces this year i have been greatly depressed and felt that i could no longer carry on my studies. However after visiting you exhibition at the Tate 2003 i felt refreshed and that i could carry on with my life again. Just by looking you have really opened my eyes and lifted my spirits. I would really love to hear from you and look foreward to viewing future work. Thank you!Angelina
A.I – 18-May-2004Bridget Your Art’s a trip
Tim – 7-May-2004you are the best artist yo have inspired when i draw, you have made inspired me to draw a d get my feelings out in my artwork i love you thankyou soo muchxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx op art is gr8
charly simpson – 5-Apr-2004you are the best artist yo have inspired when i draw, you have made inspired me to draw a d get my feelings out in my artwork i love you thankyou soo muchxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
charly simpson – 5-Apr-2004hey Im kelly, im a 8th grader about to graduate its exciting, and now in art we are going projects on artists and i chose bridget! and so far i love her work its awesome and easy to understand! this website helped with the background information! thanks!!`kelly f
Kelly – 24-Mar-2004op art is coooooooooool
ik – 4-Mar-2004Hi. I want to say that Bridget Riley’s work is the best out of all the optical illusions I saw while doing this project. Thanks for this site because it helped me a lot.
SK – 17-Feb-2004 HI My name is Ashley.Im in 8th grade and about ready graduate.(The 8th grade)And i have to say this is the one site that has gave me all the imformation for my report.Thanxs for all the help.-Ashley
Ashley. L. N – 17-Feb-2004I found Bridget Rileys work very intersting, it has helped me alot in my research for my art project.
Emma – 12-Feb-2004Hi , i luv bridget rileys work. Shes well good. Im doin an art project on her and it is so hard got shes such a good artist i cant even explain her specialities. Hopefully ill take it for my GCSE’S
Sa – 27-Jan-2004I am doing your art at school. It is so good. You have lots of talent. I heard you did an exabition at a gallery and they painted over it! How could they!Keep up the good work!
sm – 22-Jan-2004Hello,I really love your work. I have done a project on it twice in secondary school and twice in A Level and i have posters of your work all over my walls in my room.Keep up the hard work Love rachxxxxxx
Rach – 20-Jan-2004Hi Bridge!I am currently investigating your work for my a-level art study. I find you work extremely interesting. Great use of colour. I love the way you describe your mother as inspiration, not being a “painter” but a “looker”. The subject for my topic is ‘Personal Expression or Visual Experimentation’. Im researching whether or not you wanted to portray something visual,personal or both. We’ll see how it all goes. Keep up the spotty stuff. Elizabeth x
Elizabeth O’Dea – 19-Jan-2004this very good But it does not tell u when she died and how and were and not a lot of information on her. BUT I think she was a wonderful person and very good at art. thanks
gordon – 18-Jan-2004i love Bridgets work she Rox im doin her at high school her work has totally inspired me to look in a different perspective
Georgie – 11-Jan-2004Bridget Rileys work is Fantastic to me its like looking into another dimension on paper enabaling you to see lines and shape as waves of movement like vibration thanx for the gr8 art luv georgie
georgie – 11-Jan-2004Hey Miss Riley,on my AVCE Double award Art and Design course i recently did a costume project based upon your works, and was wondering if i could get some feedback and opinions on it.You once said that you were yet to see an op art fabric that you liked, i hope mine will be the first.please contact me at: [email protected] hopefully Russell Benfield
Art and Design Student – 10-Jan-2004Hey Ms Riley. From what I’ve seen, I think your art is very good.Although I my self prefer art a little more soft on the eyes!
Shannon – 8-Jan-2004luvin ya wrk, doin ma final gsce piece on your squares piece cheers for the help.
Matt Smith – 4-Dec-2003Bridget Riley an optical art genius.I find the paintings are quite colourful and happy. Thankyou for making our world a brighter place.
cc – 1-Dec-2003when did bridget riley die? i need to know this for my homework i have been on lots of websites trying to find out but i cant find out when she did please e-mail at [email protected] and tell when bridget riley died lizzy – 30-Nov-2003I am currently stdying AS Level Art, i studied art for GCSE, and you were one of the artist i chose to look at. I eventually gt an A* at GCSE. and verry Proud i was too!I was wondering if you could possibly send me anything that encorporates circles in the pieces. Thanks Zoe Zoe Stewart – 29-Nov-2003Hi Every1 i luv Bridgets work, i am doin it 4 work at my skul. Ur work makes my eyes go crazy all over the page. The alternatin colours r well good and there iz a feelin of space and light. Luv it loadz BB nov-2003
BB – 15-Nov-2003i LOVE your work! you are brilliant i am studying your work in my school and when we look at you pictures they make you look again. Its like i is all blury! they are fantastic! I think the work you do is op art! if you would email me back i could send you a copy of my essay! plz emailps i love your work!
nicola – 8-Oct-2003Hi, BridgetYou have inspired me.Your work is really eye catching.Love Sophie
Sophie – 7-Oct-2003i love Bridget Riley i am studyin her at skool n it is wicked.thanx 4 makin such gr8 art
Rebecca – 3-Oct-2003I love it!!!!!
– 25-Sep-2003i love ur work iam basing my art prodject on u and iam taking art 4 GCSE
sez – 5-Sep-2003hi, erm…im doing art 4 G.C.S.E, and we had 2 pick and artist out of a selection, i chose u, i had never heard of you before, and as you were the only female artist i chose you. Your work is really optical, i like it, i am glad i chose you now, hope your work helps me to do well, bye xx
debz – 27-Aug-2003Bridget Riley’s Prints are amazing and eye catching.
K.S – 3-Jul-2003I think the Bridgit riley works are inspirational. Very vivid and confusing to the eye. I am studying Op Art and chose Bridgit riley as my focus! From Amber
Devon – 1-Jun-2003hi bridget! im currently doing an aussie uni essay on a female artist and ive chosen you, the reason being that my ‘real’job was optics but ive escaped to do art!!! what i’d like to know is, what on earth gave you the impetus to do this stuff at that time?? ive always done ‘art’ but only been able to give up all the other stuff relatively recently,hence the fine arts degree. i’d like to ask the impressionists the same question, but they are not available!!!!ive done some pieces that accidentally(even for optics)have had an altered sense of space,somewhat spiritual!!! is this where you came from? regards christine. christine – 30-May-2003wow it cool
ew – 16-May-2003Hiya..I’m doing my GCSE’s at the mo and i’ve got my exam on thursday for 10 hours but i have to do my preperation first and i still have to research an artist so i’ve picked Bridget Riley. Wish me good luck :)..lots of love Flick
Flick – 6-May-2003I just wanted to say that bridget riley’s works on illusion of space is really good! ml uk – 30-Apr-2003I think your work is great! you have helped me with my year nine sats and i now know what my options are goiong to be, Art, because of your brilliant paintings i have been inspired to paint wonderful painings and get fab marks for it and i’m as happy as ever. Thank you Bridget riley! M-Gregory – 29-Apr-2003Hi Bridget, I was wondering if you would send me info about you and your art work. I am doing an independent study project and you. I have to write a research paper and produce art work in your style. I would very much appreciate it. Thanx, [email protected] Breanne – 29-Apr-2003 Hello BridgetI’m an 8th grade student at Auburn Middle. And in art we had to pick an artist and I picked you. Your art is very different and unique and well I was wondering if you could send me few pictures of some of your paintings that i could use in my report? you can send them to my email address at [email protected] Well nice meeting you. Yours Truly,Krystyn Krystyn – 17-Apr-2003hey. I just want to thank bridget riley for unknowingly helping me in achieving my art A- level which is a major gateway to university. Isn’t it strange how your images can affect people in ways other than in it’s visual contents????????teehee
karen – 9-Apr-2003I love your ‘trippy’ art. it has really inspired me and my current GCSE project. as i am taking my exam in a few weeks i am understandably nervous but looking at your work has really helped me. thanx again. luv charlottehopeful interior designer!!
charlotte hendy – 12-Mar-2003Wow, I really love all the Op art and Pop art work. I’m basing my final GCSE project on it and Bridget Riley is a big inspiration. I don’t know how she came up with the ideas but there brilliant.
K.M – 19-Feb-2003Dear Ms. Riley: You rock. I teach Art to 10 to 12 year olds, and I’m planning a lesson based on Op Art, featuring your work. Not only will it grab the kids attention, but I like to be sure and give gurl artists equal time.
Mr. D – 2-Feb-2003thanks for help with my gcse built environment project!
steph – 21-Jan-2003I’m in my 2nd year of A levels in Art, Ceramics, and Fashion and find it annoying that I’m not allowed to relate all of my own works to Bridget’s! I have to do a “personal study” in each of my courses which is a 3rd of my final grade. So thanks for helping me achieve my A levels Bridget!!
Jo – 14-Jan-2003I am studyin your work at secondary skool in penzance, cornwall and i think your work is brill have your eyes gone weird yet?
Tamsyn – 12-Jan-2003WOW!!!! Amazin
Monosylabic girl – 4-Dec-2002Thanks for helping me on my art homework, Bridget Riley. Your work is Great !!!
H-Clair – 2-Dec-2002A beautiful woman with a beautiful mind, who sees the world in shades of the abstract. My heart goes to her and her works.
blacklightdreams – 28-Oct-2002I am studying Bridget Riley at school because we are doing Optical Illusions and I just want to say…Wow! Bridget Riley’s work Rocks!!!!!!!!!!
Kendra – 18-Oct-2002Dear Bridget, I really love your work. I Personally love art work and yours is really good. I take art where I go to school and I love. Your fan, Jessica Riley
Jessica Riley – 16-Oct-2002riley’s art is ace your eyes fly around the picture!!!!!!!!
D.D – 7-Oct-2002 I ABSOLUTELY LUV BRIDGET RILEY’S WORK! I AM STUDYING IT NOW AT SKOOL
natz* – 7-Oct-2002i am currently at sixth form studying art and design and for my second year coursework project i am looking at the work of Bridget riley, i find her work really interesting and have been inspired a lot by it. Thank you.
gemma – 1-Oct-2002Bridget Riley is cool, your eyes will never be the same again!!!
Jenny xxxxxxx – 8-Sep-2002I love ur work and the geometric looks to them!
BS – 4-Sep-2002Hello Bridget. I am studing interior design and am doing a paper on you and your work. Will you please send me some info on who inspired you and what your background is? Thanks very much, I love your work! Ben
Ben Fuller – 2-Jul-2002bridget riley’s work has really inspired me i’m hoping to be an interior designer and studying her work really helps.
sian – 1-Jul-2002March.2001. Bridget Riley is a part-time tutor with De Montfort University, Leicester and has a studio in London. The last I heard was she is well, still with De Montfort Uni. and stil;l producing the most amazing colour work that is liable to affect the 21st century.By a De Montfort Uni. student. B.A fine art at Banbury college.
colin – 10-Mar-2001dear miss riley,i personally think that ur work isda best in this whole world!!!!ur a wikid artist,and in futurei am going2b like you!thanx4inspiring me on my gcse work,and keep ur good work! xoxox
lady dinamitexxx – 9-Jun-2002I love Bridget Riley her work is Fab and i am studying her in my art lessons.
Titch – 9-Jun-2002Dear miss Riley, I’m a high school student from Malta, and for my IB diploma I’m writing a very important esignment, extended essay, my subject for this essay is art and, actually, I’m writing about You, therefore I’d like to ask you some questions so if you dont mind please answer on my my e-mail.One of my questions is : what people, religion or maybe any historical events or events from your childhood influenced on you abstract paintings?I will be greatly thankfull if you’ll find some time for answering my question.
Yana Gladkikh – 3-Jun-2002dear sir madam i am currently studying the MA printmaking at University college of Northampton.I have been inspired by Bridget Rileys work. i was hoping if it could be possible for her to give a lecture at our college. or if there is any details to contacting her.the contact for the college idPaul Grecocourse leaderMA printmakingi hope to hear from you soon.thankyouKiran sagoo
Kiran – 5-Feb-2002Dear Miss Riley, You are one amazing artist! I love your work it has inspired me for my G.C.S.E’s Thanks for being an inspiration! Love Caroline Eves xxx
Caroline Eves – 24-Nov-2002I like Bridget Riley’s work alot. I mostly like the illusions that the pictures show. I also like the patterns of alternating colour. I think Bridget Riley is a GREAT artist.
Oliver Olney – 13-Nov-2002i am studying bridget for my final A level project and i was wondering if anyone would be able to tell me her main influances and how she was influanced. also does anyone know of a site where i could down load her pictures for my project. thanx
student ck – 28-May-2002i personally think that the work of bridget riley is an abstract view on what she percieves as nature.I have been studying her work at school and i think her pictures are very strange but are quite good.
me – 27-May-2002Bridget Riley rox! Her work makes you think i am taking art for my GCSE’s and my final project is set on her
abigail – 21-May-2002i love pop art all ur drawings are heavey im dedicating my g.c.s.e. final exam project 2 u. u have inspired me big time.peaceflookie
dj flookie – 15-May-2002i love the work of bridget riley!!!!
gemma – 7-May-2002Add your own comment.We very much welcome feedback and any further information that you can provide to help us maintain our databases. Riley, BridgetBritish1931General InformationEnglish painter and designer, the leading British exponent of Op Art, whose interest in optical effects came in part from her study of Seurat’s technique of pointillism. When Riley took up Op Art in the early 1960’s she worked in black & white, turning to colour in 1966. Her work shows a complete mastery of the effects characteristic of Op art, particularly subtle variations in size, shape or placement of serialized units in an all-over pattern. Using groups of colours, she concentrates on forms which liberate fugitive colour with the minimum of distraction, e.g.stripes. It is often on a large scale and she frequently makes use of assistants for the actual execution. Although her paintings often create effects of vibration and dazzle, one of her 1980’s works is a decorative scheme for the interior of the Royal Hospital, Liverpool, which uses soothing bands of blue, yellow, pink and white, and which is reported to have caused a drop in vandalism. She has travelled extensively, and a visit to Egypt in 1981 was particularly influential on her work, as she was inspired by the colours of ancient Egyptian art. Her later work is warmer, the formal elements more variable and the control of fugitive colour more apparent.Born in London in 1931, Riley studied at Goldsmith’s College of Art under Sam Rabin, 1949-52 and at the RCA 1952-55 where her contemporaries included Dick Smith, Peter Blake, Joe Tilson and John Bratby. She taught at Loughborough College of Art(1959-61), Hornsey College of Art( 1960) and Croydon College of Art (1962-64). For a time she was adviser to J Walter Thompson advertising agency. She had her first solo show in 1962 at Gallery One, was a prize-winner at John Moores Liverpool Exhibition in 1963, then took part in a series of overseas shows in 1964 which consolidated her growing international reputation. There were Arts Council touring shows in 1973 and 1984, the year after she designed sets and costumes for Ballet Rambert’s “Colour Moves”.Her many awards include the Grand Prize for Painting at the Venice Biennale in 1968 and a CBE in 1972. She has studios in London, Cornwall and Provence.The British Council and the Tate Gallery hold her work. Some examples of her work can be seen on http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/riley_bridget.html also at http://www.paceprints.com/contemporary/riley
The WorksSome highlights of works by this artist selected by Art Guide’s editors and readers.
Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal Conversation, 1993
Maclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr Rose Return (1985)
On ViewSome museums where works by this artist are on view selected by Art Guide’s editors and readers.
Cecil Higgins Art Gallery and Museum, Bedford
City Art Gallery, Leeds
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Huddersfield Art Gallery
Tate Britain, London
Ulster Museum, Belfast
University Gallery, Leeds
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester Further Information Planning travel to the UK
Valuations/buying & selling art
Directory of living artists Learning about art
Supporting the arts Visitors ForumIn my art history book, Fall-an op image was described as an acrylic emulsion…..I wanted to know exactly how it works, or anything about it that you could share. danielle – 19-Oct-2004I love your paintings they are so unique and mind twisting and each painting has its own personality. I want to know what your next painting looks like!!!chloe mcgeehan 18-10-2004 chloe – 18-Oct-2004I love your paintings they are so unique and mind twisting and each painting has its own personality. I want to know what your next painting looks like!!!chloe mcgeehan 18-10-2004 – 18-Oct-2004ur art is gr8 i wish that i could do it as well as u drs – 18-Oct-2004i need 5 facts about the painting breathe but i cnt find ne!!! pleez help!!! – 17-Oct-2004LOOZERS! I av 2 draw 1 of ur paintins- im so glad theyr easy 2 copy!!!!!!! unnamed – 17-Oct-2004Peace up A-town down! unnamed – 17-Oct-2004As iam studing bridget riley she is a very hardworking lady and i know eveyone love her work. lee norman – 17-Oct-2004hey, im doing a art gcse at the mo (Romsey school) and have chosen fashion – op art for my subject. i need a load of info about bridget rileys work and her life (enough to fill a sketchbook). so if anyone has any info about her that aint on this website could you e mail me please. cheerslove kate x x kate – 16-Oct-2004wahoooooo im so hyper n ur so wikid i just lurveeeeee ur work, im doin a project on u now, ny1 from fernwood junior this is zoe in 8W, hi there! pooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo zoe – 14-Oct-2004Hi, I am doing a project on Bridget Riley, and i need help. i am just wondering if anyone could help. This is the Qustuion: What style of art has Riley been classified under?Explain. So if anyone know any correct information, could you please send it to [email protected] THANK YOU!!!!By the way I really like Bridget Riley’s work, it is sooo nice, beatiuful, grr i cant even find a word for it…
Carmen – 10-Oct-2004thnx for this website it helped me with my art project big time
Jen – 9-Oct-2004this site helped me with my gcse course thanks alot keep up the good work xx
sonia – 7-Oct-2004this web site is really wicked, it has helped me with mr project in year 8 at school!! hello to any one at Alameda Middle School!!! i am in 8R!!!!
Sian King – 6-Oct-2004hi every one, i have been intrested in bridget for 3 years now and have studied her work to a fine art. At the moment i am in my a2 year at college, and i am again looking at bridget for my artist research, i am trying to find out how i can contact bridget in person as i would like to ask her a few questions about the way that she paints on her canvas. if any one can help me please email me as soon as possible thnaxk. holden
k. holden – 4-Oct-2004i am doing an opitional unit of my AVCE in art @ da momemt an i am lukin in2 bridget riley ifink dat er wrk is amazin an i luv it. i ope dat my final piece will luk as gud as er wrk.luv jenxx
jennie – 26-Sep-2004love your design
owen – 25-Sep-2004I LIKE UR WORK N IM DOIN A PROJECT AT SKOOL, CAN U SEND ME SUM INFO ABOUT URSELF OR WHATS INSPIRES U, THANX ALOT
JASON HART – 20-Sep-2004I had always heard your name around the world but never know who you really are. And than one day my art teacher said I am going to do a big project on you. so i started to find information about you and your artworks and that is when I found out you are a wonderful artist!!!!! i just want you to know i love your artworks!!!!!
Lara – 16-Sep-2004I think sheez awesome! Her work is kinda mesmerising. And HIYA to any1 4rom Cockermouth on dis website 4 their homework!
Franni 12tree – 15-Sep-2004hi, i’m studying bridget riley and i was want to do a timeline of the progression of her works withb pictures to match. i have the words and info but no images to explain the stages, can you direct me to anywhere or email me any info? thanx xxx
Lydia – 14-Sep-2004I THINK YOUR WORK IS ORIGONAL AND VERY COLUORFULL. I HOPE ONE DAY I WILL BE AS GOOD AS YOU.
R.C – [email protected] is my email address. Could you please email me the answers to the questions. Thankyou very much.
Kiran Chana – 1-Sep-2004I think your work is really great. I am doing a project on you for art and i was wondering if you could answer these questions for me.When did you paint “intake” and what materials did you use?What materials did you use to paint “ease”?what is the title of the black and white image you painted for someone called lisa? When did you paint it and what materials did you use?I hope you can answer my questions as it would be of a real help to me. Thankyou very much.
Kiran Chana – 1-Sep-2004we think her works really kewl n its actually summit u could have up in ur room!!!!!xxxxxxxxxx
LT ‘n’ KT – 14-Aug-2004its good work i’d like to see more of it in the future-if shes not dead?????xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
KT ‘n’ LT – 14-Aug-2004I love the way her pictures give you feeling of infinity. The images make me think of a world which is infinite and that she is only showing us a very small part of that world in her pictures.When I’ve looked hard at her pictures in galleries I sometimes find that I see colours that aren’t actually there but your brain seem’s to see them and also I sometimes see the stripes or waves start to move after looking at her pictures for five or ten minutes
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Oil paintings and picture fram – 6-Jul-2004ya, shes kool, i have to do this project on opart for art lessons and she came up, but its my birthday today! damnm shoulda got my hmwrk done be4. well shes very interesting and fab
bianca – 4-Jun-2004I like Riley’s art work. It’s weird though. Much different f…