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THE ARTIST.  Arthur Priestley is originally from Philadelphia, PA. Currently residing in Alaska, he participates in art shows in Arizona, California and Florida. He has been a photographer for over 60 years and a digital artist almost 25 years. Arthur creates kinoptic art originals and limited reproductions using the giclée printing process with archival quality matte paper with both dye and pigment based color inks. His subject areas are varied and include landscapes, wildlife, inspirational, and custom commissioned pieces to honor and/or memorialize individuals or entities.

KINOPTIC ART is created by segmenting two different graphic images and folding them together in such a way to produce a lenticular optic effect. In a lenticular graphic, an illusion of movement is created whenever the viewer moves the art piece itself, or moves past the art piece to see one image transform into another.

Kinoptic art is considered to be a style of the Kinetic art form in that it includes virtual (or apparent) movement. However, kinoptic art pieces have no moving parts.

THE ARTIST

Arthur Priestley is originally from Philadelphia, PA. Currently residing in Alaska, he participates in art shows in Arizona, California and Florida. He has been a photographer for over 60 years and a digital artist almost 25 years. Arthur creates kinoptic art originals and limited reproductions using the giclée printing process with archival quality matte paper with both dye and pigment based color inks. His subject areas are varied and include landscapes, wildlife, inspirational, and custom commissioned pieces to honor and/or memorialize individuals or entities.


KINOPTIC ART

is created by segmenting two different graphic images and folding them together in such a way to produce a lenticular optic effect. In a lenticular graphic, an illusion of movement is created whenever the viewer moves the art piece itself, or moves past the art piece to see one image transform into another.

Kinoptic art is considered to be a style of the Kinetic art form in that it includes virtual movement. However, kinoptic art pieces have no moving parts.