Villa, in short, puts forward an argument for his own artistry, comparing his work to Seurat's pointillism .
New to the body-painting arena is the airbrushing of makeup using a process called pointillism , a form of art borrowed from the French impressionists.
Sure it requires physical skill, but so does painting, and I don't see anybody training to win the gold in pointillism .
Seurat's theory of optical mixtures, which he called divisionism, influenced Signac, and the style eventually became known as pointillism .
It gives a textured look that is similar to pointillism .
Her interests in optical effects came partly through her study of the Neo-Impressionist technique of pointillism , but when she took up Op art in the early 1960s she worked initially in black-and-white.
The canvases, with their overtones of pointillism and computer art, appear to shift depending on where you stand, transforming human skin into a landscape to be explored through detailed scientific observation.
Prince's ‘Marlboro Men,’ for example, enlarged from cigarette advertisements, have a sensuous overblown color grain that evokes pointillism .
Underpinning the exhibition is a desire to explain and contextualise the artist's use of techniques such as pointillism and anamorphic perspective.
The artist combines elegant lines, wiggles and pointillism to create an atmosphere of surreal spaces surrounding the character.