IAD has an excellent lesson online (by Connie Ferguson)
High school students could cut three (or more paper stencils) - LOTS of
Warhol resources online. I liked the celebrity portraits. Many on the
PowerPoint sharing list have Warhol PowerPoint to share- If interested -
join the group.
Claire Jones Nash -no screen prints but has some very interesting collagraph
prints-could inspire some monoprinting - I have done some mono screen prints
with a similar look.
I used Alexander Calder when I taught high school (his lithographs had the
appearance of silk screen prints)- Matisse, too (Jazz series) - and of
course Andy Warhol. I can find lots of Calder's lithograph print
reproductions - but not a good site for art history/art appreciation (those
sites are all about his sculpture). Maybe someone else can help. Other
artists I used include Robert Indiana, Stuart Davis, and Wassily Kandinsky.
I also used Native American art (I had some Northwest Coast prints - and
lots of Native American idea papers)
link on my site)
There are LOTS of sites of contemporary printmakers..... Someday soon I will
explore. I will check with the other list serves to see what they recommend.
This sounds like a job for our printmaking experts over the summer. I am
hopeful that they will help me revamp my printmaking resources page - badly
in need of an overhaul.