Born 1939 in Chicago Childhood Likes: Animation and Cartoons Went to The School of the Art institute of Chicago Lived in Chicago Painted based on abstraction and expressionism Themes: Violence, aggression, and physical incongruity.
I cropped my picture to cut out some of the background. I would make random boxes going across my picture and change the hue/saturation of the picture. I changed the texture of the picture to Grain and I put a butterfly picture which I cut the white out of it and faded it to be lighter.
I took a picture I took of the outside and placed my self looking back over my shoulder, I added a fish, bear, and turtle in the picture. I used juxtaposition and blended my friends head with a cows body,. I also blended a cows head with a camel's body then used feathering to make it looks like it was natural. I then put a gray foreground to make it look natural.
I googled a famous painting and then cropped my face out of a picture using the magic wand. I placed my face over the women's face and then used the mask to blend it in. I desaturated it to make it look like it was meant to be.
I got a picture from mean girls, and a picture of myself and cute me out using magic wand then pasted myself into the scene and did a overlaying color to make it look more natural.
Op Art is a method of painting concerning the interaction between illusion and picture plane, between understanding and seeing. Optical art is concerned with creating optical illusions. Started in 1960’s in a school from Germany Some op art artists are Albers, Josef Anuszkiewicz, Richard Cruz-Diez, Carlos