Andy Warhol flowers

Collection by Jennifer Newton

Jennifer Newton
floral meets neon //

floral meets neon //

Small Flowers

Warhol’s Flowers, initially created in 1964, was based off a photograph of Hibiscus flowers taken by the then executive editor of Modern Photography

Iconic Andy Warhol flowers from the Andy Warhol Foundation add color to our Limited Edition #PopWrap Collection

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Andy Warhol - Flowers

Remembering the King of Pop...Art

Twenty-five years after his untimely death Andy Warhol's interpretation of celebrity and commerce is still felt in contemporary culture.

andy warhol

Splish Splash Splatter Warhol's flowers as inspiration. After printing 'leaves and stems' background using strips of tag board or scrap foam core dipped into paint, use colored tissue cut into flower shapes, wet paper and lay tissue flowers to print.

Splish Splash Splatter

I found this book on Pinterest and asked my librarian to track it down for me. I like it because it is visually stimulating. The author is actually an illustrator who decided to write a book after he took his 2-year old daughter to the city for the first time. I used this book with my K-3 classes but changed the medium according to grade level. For example, these are examples of glue-line relief drawings using chalk pastels. K&1 classes used Crayola oil pastels to add color to their…

Warhol, Flower Tacoma Dome on

Andy Warhol, Flowers, 1964, acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen, 24 x 24 inches,

Warhol on the Brain

"Andy Warhol Flowers," at New York's Eykyn Maclean Gallery, shows work from a pivotal time in the artist's career, in a season where he is seemingly everywhere.