Cookie Corner students learn about Andy Warhol and pop art in Wyoming

July 10th, 2015 11:25 am


Mrs. Joan Urban’s morning Nursery School class at the Cookie Corner Child Care Center in Wyoming recently worked with family members to decorate a bulletin board inspired by famous artist, Andy Warhol. Warhol created pop art by using commercial images and reproducing them. One of his earliest works involved a series of Campbell soup cans. The students learned about the style of Warhol and reflected their learnings with their own creations. In photo, from left, first row, Giada De Primo, Claire Zaladonis, Evan Hosier, C.J. Stevenson, Teddy Madjeski, Adyson Mack, Brooke Podminick, Haley Karboski. Second row, Abigail Moyer, Isabella Sullivan, Owen Tweedy, Ava Rose Kuharchik, David Favata, Bryce Wenzel, Mason Baker, Luca Steinberger, Brady Adams. Absent from photo, Tyler Chaump and Brianna Quinn.

Mrs. Joan Urban’s morning Nursery School class at the Cookie Corner Child Care Center in Wyoming recently worked with family members to decorate a bulletin board inspired by famous artist, Andy Warhol. Warhol created pop art by using commercial images and reproducing them. One of his earliest works involved a series of Campbell soup cans. The students learned about the style of Warhol and reflected their learnings with their own creations. In photo, from left, first row, Giada De Primo, Claire Zaladonis, Evan Hosier, C.J. Stevenson, Teddy Madjeski, Adyson Mack, Brooke Podminick, Haley Karboski. Second row, Abigail Moyer, Isabella Sullivan, Owen Tweedy, Ava Rose Kuharchik, David Favata, Bryce Wenzel, Mason Baker, Luca Steinberger, Brady Adams. Absent from photo, Tyler Chaump and Brianna Quinn.


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