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In the 1950s and 1960s, young British and American
artists made popular culture their subject matter.
By incorporating logos, brand names, television and
cartoon characters, and other consumer products
into their work, these artists tested the boundaries
between art and everyday life.
Roy Lichtenstein was one of the originators of this
new pop movement. Fascinated by printed mass
media—particularly newspaper advertising and
cartoon or comic book illustration—Lichtenstein
developed a style characterized by bold lines, bright
colors, dot patterns, and sometimes words.
The art of today is all
"America's Worst Artist Ever??"
What is ONOMATOPOIEA?
"Splat, Giggle, Moo"
Friday, January 18, 2019
Third and fourth grade artists were inspired by the colorful collages of Australian artist Peter Cromer. They created their own animal collages using watercolor, colored paper and painted scraps.
What does THIS:
Watch these two videos about Les Fauves to find out!
Fauvist paintings have two main characteristics: simplified drawing and exaggerated colour.
Click here to read more about Les Fauves
Fifth and sixth grade artists painted true Wild Beasts in the style of the Fauve artists. They used bold, non-realistic colors, strong brushstrokes and compelling composition.