Monday, March 30, 2009

Andy Warhol/Campbells Printmaking, 4th Grade

The students LOVED learning about the wild and whimsical Andy Warhol. They were drawn to his soup cans from the beginning, so naturally when it was time for a printmaking project, that's where my mind went.

The students added detail with prisma-colors. They ended up with either 2, 3 or 4 of their favorites. I liked doing it this way, because the products all turned out differently when matted and framed.


tina said...

Hi! this is great!
What technique did u do to create this? I think my grade 4s would love it!!

Did u create a stamp-like object? What materials did you use?


Julie Abbott said...

hi there- love you site and THANK YOU FOR THE INSPIRATION!! is it necessary to use ink for print making - could we use tempera paint? do you have a print making tutorial? thank you thank you! Julie

Anonymous said...

Hello, I am a first year art teacher at a first year school. Which means unds are slim to none. Could you tell me how you made these prints? They are awesome renditions of Warhol. Thanks.

Mama Niccicoco said...

I am really curious about how you did this too! Did you apply paint to the page and then draw details with prisma colors? I am a huge warhol fan and I did a project with kindergarten class where they made "zebra" prints. Just wondering how you did this for future projects.