Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Andy Warhol - pattern, palette, contrasting colours

We looked at Andy Warhol's pictures of soup tins, strangely coloured cows and Marolyn Monroe.

Using our own patterns which we photocopied,  we chose a simple palette of contrasting colours and used these to decorate.

We used different media: paint, pencil and pastel.

We hope you like them.



Which is your favourite?

Guilli liked Tinn's design so much that he used it with his own colour scheme.  Which design was Tinn's?

12 comments:

  1. I think the Warhol pictures are fantastic. I may try some at home over the half-term holiday. Well done 3W
    G Lazaro

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  2. Congratulations on the Warhol photos! And the pirate story is SO much fun! We'd love more of those because it was so adventurous. And we voted on the BPS foods too.

    -Seb and Seb's mom

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  3. These pictures are fantastic. I really enjoyed looking at such colourful patterns. Are any of them for sale?


    Miss Jane

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  4. I liked Estele's picture.


    samuel

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  5. I think you all did a fantastic job. Samuel, can you describe Estelle's picture for me?

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  6. Dear Mr Ben,

    I liked looking at the Andy Warhol pictures
    but my favourite was tinn's he has art is very realistic.

    Samuel

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  7. Dear Mr Ben,

    I really enjoy looking at Andy Warhol pictures. I really like Estele panting

    Bua

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  8. I like Rita's picture becuase all the coulurs blend in together. Also I like the blue and pink together.

    From Melyssa

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  9. Dear Mr.Ben

    I really enjoy looking at the Andy Warhol pictures.


    Bua

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  10. I really engoy looking at the andy warhol

    from jessica and anika

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  11. I realey enjoy the aqtheon

    from jessica and anika

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  12. Nice post - andy warhol pictures ..Keep Posting


    Ron
    andy warhol pictures

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