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1 POP ART A Lesson in Color Theory

2 POP ART In the future everyone will be World-Famous for 15 minutes. … Andy Warhol

3 This quotation has produced a common cliché about fame in pop-culture which is called "15 minutes of fame“. It has often been paraphrased or misquoted in various ways, including: In the future, everybody will be world famous for 15 minutes. In the future everyone will have their fifteen minutes of fame. When Andy Warhol was asked about this quote, he would corrupt it intentionally, including: In the future, fifteen people will be famous. In fifteen minutes, everyone will be famous.

4 Pop art is now most associated with the work of New York artists of the early 1960s, such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist and Claes Oldenburg artists who drew on popular imagery to create their artworks. Pop art was a part of an international phenomenon which saw major developments in various cities from the mid 1950s onwards.

5 Key Ideas and Information 'Pop' was a term first applied to popular culture rather than to art which borrowed from that culture, but it would be one of the goals of the Pop art movement to blur the boundaries between 'high' art and 'low' popular culture. The notion that there is no hierarchy of culture, and that art may borrow from any source and mix it with others, regardless of their context and history, has been one of the most important characteristics of Postmodernism as a cultural moment.

6 Although Pop art encompasses a wide variety of work with very different attitudes and postures, much of it is emotionally cold towards its subject matter. In contrast to the 'hot' expressivism of the gestural abstraction that preceded it, Pop art is generally 'coolly' ambivalent. Whether this suggests an acceptance of the popular world, or a shocked withdrawal, has been the subject of much debate.

7 It could be argued that the Abstract Expressionists searched for trauma in the soul, while Pop artists searched for traces of the same trauma in the mediated world of advertising, cartoons and popular imagery at large. But it is perhaps truer to say that Pop artists were the first to recognize that we cannot have unmediated access to everything - be it the soul, the natural world, or the built environment. Everything is connected.

8 It could be argued that the Abstract Expressionists searched for trauma in the soul, while Pop artists searched for traces of the same trauma in the mediated world of advertising, cartoons and popular imagery at large. But it is perhaps truer to say that Pop artists were the first to recognize that we cannot have unmediated access to everything - be it the soul, the natural world, or the built environment. Everything is connected.

9 VOCABULARY Pop Art Movement : Pop Art is short for Popular Art. It is inspired by comic strips, advertising, everyday items, and popular entertainment. The Pop Art Movement began in the 1950’s, but became well known in the 1960’s. Contemporary Art Movement: Art from the 1960's or 70's up until this very minute.

10 ANDY WARHOL Portrait of Princess Dianna

11 ANDY WARHOL Lips

12 ANDY WARHOL Mickey Mouse

13 ANDY WARHOL Mao Tse-Tung

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15 ANDY WARHOL Marilyn Monroe

16 POP ARTIST ANDY WARHOL

17 POP ARTIST PETER BLAKE

18 POP ARTIST PETER BLAKE

19 POP ARTIST

20 ROY LICHTENSTEIN

21 POP ARTIST ROY LICHTENSTEIN

22 POP ARTIST KEITH HERRING

23 POP ARTIST KEITH HERRING

24 POP ARTIST JASPER JOHNS

25 POP ARTIST JASPER JOHNS

26 James Rosenquist

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28 Claes Oldenburg

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30 Primary Colors Red, Yellow and Blue are the primary colors. These are the three basic colors that are used to mix all hues.

31 Secondary Colors Orange, Green and Purple are the secondary colors. They are achieved by mixing two primary colors together.

32 Tertiary Colors Tertiary (or Intermediate) colors are more subtle hues which are achieved by mixing a primary and a secondary color that are adjacent on the color wheel.

33 Complementary Colors Definition: Colors that are on opposite sides of the color wheel Examples: Blue and Orange Red and Green Yellow and Violet Blue green and Red orange Yellow green and Red violet Blue violet and Yellow orange

34 Analogous Colors Definition: Colors that are side by side on the color wheel Examples: Red and Violet Violet and Blue Blue and Green Green and Yellow Yellow and Orange Orange and Red

35 Monochromatic Colors Definition: A color scheme that uses just one color with different values of that color. Value is the lightness and darkness of a color Tint is when you add white to a color and Shade is when you add black to a color. Examples: Red and Pink Red and Burgundy Blue green and Aqua Blue green and Teal

36 Neutral Colors Definition: Colors that are not on the color wheel such as….. Browns Grays Blacks Whites

37 A Very Good Color Website http://www.artyfactory.com/color_theory/color_th eory_terms_1.htm Before you go on this website, get your parents permission. Websites change and although it was appropriate today, it may need to be viewed by an adult prior to using. DISCLAIMER: Some of our links allow you to leave the Moore Intermediate School website. We are not responsible for content beyond this website. We monitor linked sites, but the Internet changes daily. If you find a site that no longer works or is inappropriate, please contact aknight@fsd1.org.aknight@fsd1.org.

38 Assignment 1.Select a Color Scheme you want to use. 2.Select the colors that match the definition of your color scheme. 3.Write down the formulas for making your chosen color. 4.Write the color scheme and color names on the back of your project paper. 5.Draw the soup can label on your project paper. 6.Start by drawing a rectangle that uses the ratio of ½ for the size of the can. 7.Add the center line and circle 8.Copy the label design exactly.

39 Assignment Part 2 1.Paint the top or the bottom background of the label. 2.Paint according to your stated color scheme on the back of your paper. 3.Paint around your letters. 4.Smooth your paint strokes.

40 Grading Rubric GradeOpaque Technique ProcessMediaColor SchemeCraftsmanship N Not smooth and covering the image Does not follow procedures or complete the process Paint not even and applied correctly No color scheme noted on project Visible marks on paper, torn or bent paper, or paint not a applied neatly. S Smooth and covering the image Follows some procedures and does some of the process Paint even and applied correctly Color scheme noted on project and a applied to can label No visible marks on paper, no torn or bent paper, or paint applied neatly. E Smooth texture showing no strokes of the brush Show that procedures are followed and completed in order for this process Paint even and applied correctly With attention to detail of the label Color scheme noted on project and a applied to can label with attention to subtle details Care taken to present the project neatly and completely. Total


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