In the works of Terry Haggerty, light colored stripes alternating with some more obscure to form regular patterns, often horizontal. The special feature of these compositions is that he breaks the linear array at the edges of the paint through the lines of bending in a different direction. His method transforms the structure of the painting in an illusory perception of three-dimensionality in the image. The surface seems to go beyond the limits of the plane and reflects the illusion of a third dimension. This type of art is inspired by optical illusions generated by the Op Art.
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