Art Lesson Plan
# of sessions: 3
Art Resources: Flowers by Andy Warhol, Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists by Mike Venezia, teacher product, and visual aide.
Art Materials: 8”x11” sheets of white paper cut, scrap paper, paint, paintbrushes, water, and flower templates.
Objectives- Student will:
-create a monoprint of flowers.
-use visual characteristics of Pop Art such as popular subject matter, repetition, and bright colors to create his/her monoprint.
-use tempera and watercolor paint and crayons to create his monoprint.
-learn about Andy Warhol’s art, subject matter, and style of art.
Relation to life/Why this is important: Student will understand how Pop Art’s visual characteristics are influenced by the media and pop culture..
Interdisciplinary Connections: Social Studies and Language
Vocabulary: Pop Art, Andy Warhol, transfer, print, and wax resist.
Procedure: Day 1: Teacher will introduce the Flowers by Andy Warhol. Tacher will read pgs. 1-13 in Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists by Mike Venezia. Student will view the visual aide/teacher product and learn vocabulary terms. Student will discuss what a monoprint is. The teacher will demonstrate how a monoprint is made. Student will trace two flowers on scrap paper. Day 2: Student will review vocabulary and teacher product/visual aide. Teacher will read pgs. 14-32 in Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists by Mike Venezia. Student will review demo of monoprinting. Student will paint his two traced flowers with tempera paint and press a good sheet of paper onto his painting to create his/her monoprint. Day 3: Student will review vocabulary and teacher product/visual aide. Student will watch a demonstration on how to create a crayon resist grass background for his print. Student will draw grass with crayon and paint over with watercolor paint.