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Lichtenstein - with bubble wrap - of course! Olive ART! Do You???

Ok now wait… Maybe this is my favorite self-portrait… I can’t choose! Anyway grade learns about the comic inspired art .

Have you heard of the artist Lichtenstein before? If you do not recognize the name, you will likely recognize some of his art work. We learned a bit about him this month and did some Lichtenstein art with bubble wrap. Who is Roy Lichtenstein? Lichtenstein is well-known for his pop art in comic book style. His …

Lichtenstein Art with Bubble Wrap

Lichtenstein inspired 'explosion' collage. Papers printed with paint using bubble wrap, punchinella and styrofoam to create different effects, including Ben Day Dots. Assemebled using double sided sticky foam to give 3D effect.

Papers printed with paint using bubble wrap, punchinella and styrofoam to create different effects, including Ben Day Dots. Assemebled using double sided sticky foam to give effect.

Burton Morris pop art project. Cut paper layered with black paper instead of outlines

Pop art with Burton Morris: Cut paper layered with black paper instead of outlines. Supply soda bottles, soda cans, and pop art objects

reggie laurent "shapely" abstractions  End of year, clear the scrap box project

PreK/Kinder Lesson -- reggie laurent "shapely" abstractions End of year, clear the scrap box project: shape/pattern. Use organic and geometric shapes.

Roy Lichtenstein, COMIC YOU!  Collage and bubble wrap printmaking first. Then line drawing in pencil then sharpie trace.

Roy Lichtenstein, COMIC YOU! Collage and bubble wrap printmaking first. Then line drawing in pencil then sharpie trace. My addition: How could the word bubbles engage us with social justice, caring, responsibility, etc.

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