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Pop Art Painting Project!

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Michael Sweney

on 28 November 2016

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Transcript of Pop Art Painting Project!

Pop Art Painting Project!
Next, go to "pixect.com"
And then...
YOUR OBJECTIVE:
Create a Pop Art painting using color schemes!
ANDY WARHOL!
Warhol was not a painter in the traditional sense (you'll find out why in a minute) but he originated the iconic art style known as "Pop Art"!
NEXT...
NEXT...
So we know that Warhol found his subjects in the ordinary stuff- popular culture, product designs and the "cult" of celebrity. YOU will find a painting subject in modern pop culture- social media!

Take 15-20 minutes to locate picture from your Facebook, Instagram, or other social media account.

* MUST be a picture YOU took!
* MUST be SCHOOL APPROPRIATE!
*Interesting, exaggerated expressions or unusual points of view or angles work the best!

Images emailed from your phone OR images taken with your laptops webcam are ok to use!

Save the image to your computer when finished!



NEXT...
1. Open your photo, or take one with the webcam option.

2. Select one of the available filter options: "pink posterize" or "pop art 2" will work the best, but any filter where color changes are clearly layered will work.








3. "Save" your filtered photo, same place as the original.



1. Where did Warhol's subjects come from?
2. What was his creative objective (his reasons for creating "Pop Art")? Find quotes or other info to support your answer.
3. Describe his process- how did he make this stuff? Find us a good website, maybe with pictures!?
4. Can you locate examples of the "color schemes" we saw in class (like the nice "triad" of primary colors in the image above)?
Sketchbook/Internet "Art-vestigation":
6. Print 3 copies of your image-

*Go to file>print (settings...
Printer: PH print 1 on PHHS print, 3 copies, 8x10" image size).

*Click the print button 3 separate times- these are your "backup" prints. Stations are located at: Band room (first option), LMC (second option) or Front Office (last option). If the printer works at your first stop, you won't need the others

7. Go to print station and collect your images.

10. Return to art room, cut out and assemble your image.

*Your may configure your images into any pattern you would like- flip them, turn them upside down, piece them together...

*Create a complex, interesting composition!
Apply ModPodge to back of printed image, stick to the paper background.







*Make sure to coat the paper evenly!

*Blow dry each piece as you apply them to the tag board (to avoid paper curling).
Painting Rules:

1. Select a Color Scheme for each panel & write it on back of your paper (choices are
triad, complementary, analagous, warm or cool). You may create variations of your main colors!
2. You may use paint in thick OR thin layers! Thin paints will allow more of the printed image to show through, thick paints will cover the picture up!
3. You may paint over ANY part of your image (that means you can cover up parts you don't like) add patterns, write stuff , doodle, whatever!

4. ALL surfaces of your inkjet print must be covered with paint when you are finished!
PAINT!!
*Note: If you would like to use PhotoShop to digitally alter your image, you can. Try "filters" such as posterize or liquefy, or collage images together on the computer prior to painting!
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