Handy Andys: An Andy Warhol Inspired Art Project
1 sheet of bright paper 11" x 14" for the background
2 5.5"x 7" rectangles of bright paper (different colors than your background)
4 5.5"x 7" rectangles of bright paper (assorted brights so that the hands cut from these papers are different than the backgrounds)
Paper plate or alternative option to hold paint
Select one 11" x 14" piece of bright paper for their background. In the above image, the background piece is yellow.
Then select two rectangles (5.5" x 7" each) these needed to be different than their background paper. Glue down to the background so that it appeared the background is divided into four sections. For a reference, in the photo, we used a blue and a green rectangle, allowing yellow background color to show in other areas.
Stack four rectangles (each 5.5" x 7") of assorted colors (you can staple or clip them together so they hold) and trace your hand onto the stack. Cut through all four at once with scissors to create four identical hand shapes.
Remove the staples or clip, arrange onto the background and glue down using the glue stick. Glue the fingers down well so they don't curl off of the page.
Put some black paint onto a paper plate and lay your hand in it and then stamp onto each hand glued to your project.
Don't forget to send in your final project to have it featured in our art show at the end of the week! Socialmedia@magicalbeginningslc.com