Andy Warhol Art History Workbook- Biography & Art Activity Unit Middle School

Andy Warhol Art History Workbook- Biography & Art Activity Unit Middle School

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This art history workbook teaches students about the artist Andy Warhol using the Discipline-Based Art Education model. Students learn about Warhol and Pop Art through reading and watching a biography of the artist, an art analysis, coloring sheets, and reflecting on the way he used the screen-printing process to create vibrant and iconic imagery. Finally, students create their own piece of Pop Art.

The final project has students create a piece of Pop Art through the use of a Project planning guide, thumbnails, and final art piece. Once complete the students fill out a reflection sheet on their final artwork.

Worksheets can be used as sub lessons, as enrichment to your art lessons, or as min-lessons on their own. An essential for any art classroom.

What's inside: (See Preview File)

  • Artist biography information sheet with examples
  • Instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to videos
  • (3) Coloring Sheets with color schemes
  • (1) Finish the Drawing Coloring Sheet
  • Compare/Contrast Triple Elvis and Shot Marilyns Artwork
  • Screen-Printing Process Example
  • How to Draw a Soup Can Sheet and Activity
  • Project Planning Sheet
  • Student Examples
  • Google Drawings Digital Project Steps
  • Google Drawings Digital Project VIDEO Demonstration
  • Project Reflection Sheet


  • Compare/Contrast Triple Elvis and Shot Marilyns Artwork

Ways to use in the classroom:

  1. As an introduction to a famous artist and their work.
  2. Worksheets culminate with student creating their own work in the style of artist.
  3. To support other skills such as: Creating Pop Art
  4. Learn about Pop Art
  5. As early finisher work or as a quick art substitute lesson.

Note: There are options on how to give students color references other than to print these sheets in color. You can project the example using a document camera or have students look up artwork on a chrome book or smartphone, for example.

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Copyright Fair Use Rationale:

Artist original artwork being used only for demonstration/informational, and educational purposes.

Artist artwork featured are:

Historically significant artworks

Readily available on the internet

A low-resolution copy of the original artwork and are unsuitable for commercial reproduction.

This workbook was produced in collaboration with Amanda Graupner. Coloring sheets were created by Amanda Graupner for A Space to Create Art, LLC. for exclusive use in this resource. Student examples shown are by Amanda Graupner’s students at Eastern Hancock High School and are used with permission.

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