Here I was being such a good girl documenting Miss Bean's art class when--ooo, shiny. Or maybe it was a squirrel. Anyhoo...back to art. October was Pop Artist Andy Warhol.
Quick, what's the first thing you think of when I say Andy Warhol?
Of course: Campbell's Soup Cans! Tomato Soup to be exact.
Another project combined something that Warhol used as subject matter with a favorite Warhol technique:
In this case, the prints weren't screen prints, but instead, they used a stylus to draw their picture in a foam meat tray which they then used as a stamp with bright colors, finishing up with painting over the drawing lines in different bright colors. So, they still captured the "mass produced" reproduction idea that Warhol used, even without the fuss of setting up screen prints.
Considering that October had five Mondays, I have a strong suspicion that at least one project didn't find its way to Bean's art portfolio. I know that the bananas took more than a single session, but I'm not sure that these two works took up five sessions. 'Tis a mystery.