This is a fun site that has an animated op art movie maker. You can make your own op art images, change the colors, sizes and even the speed it turns... and then have them come to life and move.Very exciting, you have to try it.
OPARTICA - Dan Zen, mad inventor meets Internet finds peace, presents an online op art tool for your screen or to project at dances and on bands.
Just run Opartica and click on shapes to add them to projects and you can spin them, move them, overlap them, set colors and centers. When you are ready, you can sequence, save and trade trade your projects through the portfolios link.
Go here to make your own OP Art! Sit and Spin!
Andy Goldsworthy is an extraordinary, innovative British artist whose collaborations with nature produce uniquely personal and intense artworks. Using a seemingly endless range of natural materials—snow, ice, leaves, bark, rock, clay, stones, feathers petals, twigs—he creates outdoor sculpture that manifests, however fleeting, a sympathetic contact with the natural world. Before they disappear, or as they disappear, Goldsworthy, records his work in suburb color photographs.
Goldsworthy deliberately explores the tension of working in the area where he finds his materials, and is undeterred by changes by changes in the weather which may melt a spectacular ice arch or wash away a delicate structure of grasses. The intention is not to “make his mark” on the landscape, but rather to work with it instinctively, so that a delicate scene of bamboo or massive snow rings or a circle of leaves floating in a pool create a new perception and an ever growing understanding of the land.