Campbellsville Elementary School students are studying pop art, and making some of their own.
In Adrienne Hash’s classes, students are learning about pop artists Roy Lichtenstein and Jim Dine.
Pop art is art based on pop culture and the trends of the time period. Pop art can be made from everyday items.
Dine made art by painting colorful hearts.
To illustrate the pop art concept, students made their own drawings using stencils and complementary colors.
CES fourth-grader Chyanne Christie traces a heart as she makes her pop art.
CES fourth-graders Westin Dudgeon, at left, and Easton Williams trace their stencils as they make their pop art.
CES fourth-grader Chloe Bates traces a stencil as she makes her pop art.
CES fourth-grader Kendall Bright creates her pop art.
CES fourth-grader KaMiya Williams creates her pop art.
CES fourth-grader Easton Williams creates his pop art.
CES fourth-graders, from left, Anthony Goins, Westin Dudgeon and Easton Williams create their pop art.
From left, CES fourth-graders Daniel Shively, John Gholston and Shaiden Calhoun create their pop art.
CES art teacher Adrienne Hash helps fourth-grader Brianna Mitchell trace her stencils as she makes her pop art.