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Project “Selfie”: 6th Grade Self Portraits

My eighth graders loved this drawing lesson. I got some very ideas for the modern Mona Lisa, including a tennis player, a rockstar, and even a fastfood drivethru worker. We discovered that this famous face and pose can be recognized in a wide variety of forms!

My eighth graders loved this drawing lesson. I got some very ideas for the modern Mona Lisa, including a tennis player, a rockstar, and even a fastfood drivethru worker. We discovered that this famous face and pose can be recognized in a wide variety of f

CONTRAST & EMPHASIS: Pop Art! Candy Painting

We had a lot fun studying real candy prices as our inspiration for our Pop Art Candy Paintings. Tempra paint and black Sharpie outlines adde.

Wayne Thiebaud Donut Pictures | Art History Lessons | Great way to get students using color, shape, and patterns to create a tasty treat.

Kids love it if you bring in real donuts - idea to celebrate National Donut Day

Pop Art Hearts - Warm and Cool Colors Art Lesson - inspired by Wayne Thiebaud and Jim Dine

Art Lesson Valentine's Day Pop Art Hearts Warm and Cool Colors

Pop Art Hearts - Warm and Cool Colors Art Lesson - inspired by Wayne Thiebaud and Jim Dine Pattern Hearts

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Lesson: Wayne Thiebaud Cakes and Pies Grade 4 Making Connections: Famous Artist, Pop Art

Teach your students about Pop art and Romero Britto all at the same time---this lesson was published in Arts & Activities in January 2012

This lesson was published in Arts and Activities Magazine in January This lesson is good for grades 5 and above. Every wonder why art teachers only teach about dead artists when there are so many great, living artists to teach about?

Illustrator half tone

How to Create a Portrait in the Pop Art Style using Adobe Illustrator - Astute Graphics

Lesson Plan: Lichtenstein Pop Art Self-Portrait ~ Artful Artsy Amy

Artful Artsy Amy: Lesson Plan: Lichtenstein Pop Art Self-Portrait and Pop Art Powerpoint

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