[ˈpäp ˌärt] pop artart movement that began in the 1950’s and incorporated everyday objects
I saw my first Warhol in the 80’s, when a friend, now my husband, brought me to an art exhibit in the 80’s. Its simplicity, combined with the smooth commercially printed look, appealed to me and every so often I find myself digitally editing one of my images in that manner.
Warhol, was an incredibly interesting artist whose creativity and experimentation appeals to me still. He truly was a man who looked beyond the everyday objects, and found ways to make them fresh again.
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Well YOU have made this image fresh. The great man would have loved it. I particularly like how that pair of dreamy leaves jutting out to the sides can read as flowing water, too, as if the flowerhead is taking a dip in a stream. Whimsical.
Great posterization of the background — looks a lot like Andy’s Flowers! While he loved his SX70, Andy was very interested in digital pictures and cameras