Transcript: Pop art started to become popular in Brittain in the 1950's and in America later on. Roy Lichtenstein In 1961 he began to paint in the style of Pop Art, using the same style in most paintings which was benday dots. Roy Lichtenstein's art I like the style Roy painted, as I think the detail in the images makes them more realistic. I've also noticed the text in the pictures are about love, and that the woman always seems to be upset over it. Jasper Johns Jasper Johns is a contemporary arist, mainly painting and print making Pop Art
Transcript: what were some of the characteristics of their artworks? well, continuing with our "simple" design we will be focusing on PATTERN to complete our portrait backgrounds PATTERN: the repeating of elements; line, color, shape, etc. step one: chose a color scheme step two: what colors is that? step three: create your pattern WORKSHEET TIME you remember the remember simple! roy lichtenstein POP artists andy warhol
Transcript: Andy Warhol Peter Max Ed Rusha Roy Lichtenstein Gujian Fujita Jasper Johns Jeff Koons Commentary on Consumerism Low art into high art Why Pop Art? Garrett Wilcox Embracing culture, not ignoring Pop Art Reaction to Abstract Impressionism November 11, 2011
Transcript: by Charlie White In 1940, Lichtenstein began taking painting classes, and later that year, he went to Ohio State University, where he studied drawing and design. He created sculptures as well as portraits and still life works influenced by artists such as Picasso and Georges Braque. Some more famous pieces of Pop art are Andy Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans”, “Shot Marilyns” and Roy Lichtenstein’s “Drowning girl”. But there are also some more unusual pieces of Pop Art such as Robert Rauschenberg’s “White Paintings” which are just canvases with white paint on them. Shot Marilyns Lichtenstein was often accused with copying his own pictures from other cartoons, however these statements were usually just casual remarks made by the public. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING Roy Lichtenstein was without doubt one of the most inspirational artists of the modern era, not just to other artists but to the public too, simply because of his unique style and his ability to create amazing storylines through his work. He was born and raised in Manhattan, New York and lived most of his life there. At one stage he lived in Cleveland but he returned to his hometown not long after. Lichtenstein was also one of the first artists to use the technique of Ben-Day dots. This is especially useful in prints because it could be created in an orderly way and it creates a sense of depth. This use of Ben-Day dots was one of the things that separated Lichtenstein from other Pop artists at the time. In the '60s POP ART PRESENTATION White Canvases There are many different themes used within pop art, but they are often very similar. In most of Andy Warhol’s pieces, the main subjects are everyday objects and people, usually celebrities of that time, and similarly in those of many Roy Lichtenstein pieces. Pop art is defined by “art based on modern popular culture and the mass media, especially as a critical or ironic comment on traditional fine art values” which in more simple terms is anything to do with modern objects, people or ideas. design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi HOWEVER... In 1943, Lichtenstein was called up to the army, and it wasn't until 1946 that he was finally discharged. He instantly returned to his love of art and was able to finish his "Bachelor's degree in fine art". Roy Lichtenstein What is POP ART??? Campbell's Soup Roy Lichtenstein was one of the most influential and famous Pop artists of the 20th Century. He was born on 27th October 1923, and died on 29th September 1997, at the age of 73. His Legacy As a child, Lichtenstein spent time listening to science fiction radio programs, visiting the American Museum of Natural History, building model airplanes, and drawing. As a teenager he took watercolor classes in order to continue with his love of art.
Transcript: Movies Comic Books Noun Andy Who is Pop Art? Celebrities Artists used the items in several different ways to create "Pop" Art: Pop Art In My Own Words... art based on modern popular culture and the mass media, especially as a critical or ironic comment on traditional fine art values. Warhol Claes Oldenburg Andy Warhol What Makes Art "Pop"? "I like boring things" Pop Art also existed in Britain in the early 1950's. BRIGHT COLORS Oldenburg Claes Flags Pop Art is a post-war movement. Alphabet Pop Art didn't stop with everyday objects, but it also included: By combining all of these items together into one big picture Numbers Pop Art is... A Pop Art gallery is in New York. "Art is what you can get away with" Roy Some of the works of the artists resembled their view of the war. By repeating the item over and over again Pop Art began in the mid 1950's, but took off in the 1960's. Sculptures "For a thorough use of ice cream cones, buy two; eat one and drop the other." Pop Artists mostly were from New York. Pop Art Pop Art Quotes By changing the color and texture of the item who is Pop Art? FLAT IMAGERY Soft lichtenstein What is Pop Art? Pop Art Making everyday objects iconic Veronica Robinson RECOGNIZABLE MEDIA
Transcript: Color Art Info: Background information on Pop Art Art images: "Gold Marilyn Monroe" by Andy Warhol and "Just what Is It Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing" by Richard Hamilton Students will create a collage that uses a concept of space to create meaning Materialism focal point Roy Lichtenstein's "Drowning Girl" Focal point Celebrities contrast Positive space Negative space Andy Warhol's "Gold Marilyn Monroe" color texture Consumerism Saturation Contrast Movies Lesson Plan Comic books Television Magazines Template by Missing Link Images from Shutterstock.com Pop Art Advertisements By Laura Vormwald
Transcript: pop art new realism bay area figurative interested in media culture Initial Reaction Wayne Thiebaud Born November 15 1920 Born in Mesa,Arizona Still alive at age 94 Pop Art Presentation (Wayne Thiebaud) Worked cited Elements: Tone, Colour, Direction http://www.johnlovett.com/test.htm Principles:Repetition, Harmony What we think about our pop artist http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_art The artist that we chose is a really good example of a pop artist,he show interest In painting foods specially sweet foods that exist since 1940s.His arts are very successful pop arts that inspire others to follow his steps. Excited Want ice cream Childish Fun Simple Summer
Transcript: CREATIVITY TOPIC 1 pop Art BY: Tommy,Lani,Corbin and TJ Andy Warhol, 1960, pop art, silkscreen print what IS POP ART? SUBTOPIC 1 POP ART IS ART BASED ON MODERN POPULAR CULTURE Claes oldenburg 1988 spoonbridge and cherry sculpture PICTURES Pop art James rosenquist 1970 spaghetti james rosenquist 1988 bird of paradise approaches hot water planet, oil on canvas pop art themes TOPIC 2 pop art uses lot of bright colors and mass produced visual commodities. pop art focuses on making art that is visually pleasing or interesting It relies heavily on popular culture by using everyday items and interesting visuals. Burton Morris, 1965, pop tart,he used everyday objects history of pop art TOPIC 3 Pop art started in the 1950's and ended in the 1970 Pop art started in the united kingdom and the united states during the 1950's Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist and Claes Oldenburg Roy Lichtenstein, 1961, Girl in room, used stencils What you don't have to have in POP ART TOPIC 4 It has very dull colors and it is not very dream like. Gary Grayson, 1991, pop art bottle cap, paint Andy Warhol, 1963, Mickey Mouse Pop Art, paint People identify their artwork as their past experiences with life. Pop art is widely interpreted in the world Major contribution to the world topic 5 Andy Warhol, 1964, bike Andy Warhol, paint Andy Warhol, 1962, Marilyn Monroe, paint Pop art is viewed favorably because pop has been the most recognizable styles of modern art, it reaches the most amount of people through recognizable scenes “Pop is everything art has not been for the last two decades. It basically a U-turn back to a representational visual communication, moving at a break- away speed… Pop is reenlistment in the world… it is the american dream, optimistic, generous and native.” - Jim Dine how pop art has been received topic 6 images images Claes Oldenburg 1961 Two Cheeseburgers and everything burlap soaked with plaster,sculpture Roy Lichtentsien 1963 drowning girl oil and synthetic on canvas Roy Lichtenstien 1964 crying girl porcelain enamel on steel Andy Warhol, 1961, Soup cans, paint images continued Images James Rosenquist 1961 president elect oil on masonite
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