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Food Sculptures

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Creating food sculptures for primary art classes. Meet Claes Oldenburg and the Pop Art movement that took over the world. This simple presentation is for young artists to identify the world of sculpting with everyday items, like food.

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Food Sculptures

  1. 1. Food Sculptures Work of Claes Oldenburg, 3D Pop Artist
  2. 2. Why Food as Art?  People relate to food so easily.  Artists use the subject because it is simple! Think about how many times you think of food or eat each day? Why not make food into an art form?
  3. 3. Claes Oldenburg
  4. 4. Pop Art in 3D Form Remember, Pop Art is taking POPULAR CULTURE or things we see/do everyday!
  5. 5. Your Turn! Use toilet paper to create your favorite food sculpture. Dip it in gluey water and begin sculpting. Remember to squeeze the extra water out. Try to make it look JUST like the real thing. Fill your plate up! We will paint these next club meeting.

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