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Re: Pop Art


From: Jayne Wuerffel (wuerfeld_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Sep 20 2002 - 16:02:43 PDT

They would probably enjoy learning and creating 3-D Pop Art. You could feature an artist like Claes Oldenberg. Other artist for 2 and 3-D could be Tom Wesselmann, Roy Lichenstein and Peter Max. Peter has done a lot of images for worthy causes using the Statue of Liberty and he recently did a great HUGE guitar for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Also, you could expand into Op art (optical illusions) and look at Victor Vasarely , M.C. Escher and Bridget RiIey.
Good luck,
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  Sent: Friday, September 20, 2002 5:40 PM
  Subject: Pop Art

  I have been assigned a pop art class that meets once a week for the whole year. Has anyone else had to teach this for the whole year? What artists do you include?

  To date I have assembled a lot of Andy Warhol stuff as well as some of his contemporaries. I fear that I will run out of activities before June.

  Any help?
  deb...teaching in special education environment

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