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Pop Art-Inspired Faux Food

For our first Art Club clay project this year the theme was junk food, inspired by Pop Artists like Claes Oldenburg.  The students created clay sculptures using simple forms like spheres, cones, slabs, coils and pinch pots and practiced sculpting and attaching pieces of clay to create life-sized, realistic looking food. The fired pieces were painted with tempera paint.

3 Responses to “Pop Art-Inspired Faux Food”

  1. These really look great! I bet the art clubbers enjoyed doing this project!

  2. amy gossett says:

    Hi there! Stumbled upon your site through Deep Space Sparkle! Are you in GA? I am in GA as well one county over! Would love to talk to you sometime as I teach Elementary Art, too in Rome!

    Great job on the food project…I may have to do this with my Art Club!