Artist Andy Warhol loved to use bright, bold colors in his work. Combine a repeating popsicle pattern and bright color to create fun pop art inspired by the famous artist! A Warhol art project is also a great way to explore art with kiddos of all ages this summer. All you need are colored paper, glue and our free printable popsicle templates!
POPSICLE POP ART FOR SUMMER FUN
Famous American artist, Andy Warhol was part of the pop art movement. He was born Andrew Warhol in 1928 in Pennsylvania. He had a very particular personal style. He had crazy white hair and he wore a lot of black leather and sunglasses and liked to experiment with his personal style. Andy wanted to be rich and famous.
Warhol liked to use bright colors and silk screening techniques in his artwork. He is considered one of the founders of the Pop Art movement. The art of this time was based on popular culture in America.
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- Colored paper
- Patterned paper
- Craft sticks
STEP 1: Print the templates.
STEP 2: Use the template shapes to cut out 6 paper rectangles, 6 popsicle tops, and 6 popsicle bottoms.
STEP 3: Glue your rectangles to a sheet of paper.
STEP 4: Arrange your popsicles on the page, mixing and matching the shapes and colors. Get creative!
STEP 5: Glue your popsicles to your colored rectangles.
STEP 6: Cut craft sticks and add to your popsicles.
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