Andy Warhol: Through the eyes of the children of Perry Center.

Posted by scottstead on Feb 26, 2012 in Art, Vlog |

Decoy, a member of nonprofit art collective Albus Cavus, has been working with a group of Perry Center students to create a unique take on the work of Andy Warhol. Inspired by the exhibits currently on view at Smithsonian museums, these young artists have developed their own versions of Warhol’s famous works, such as his screen tests, cat and shoe sketches, Campbell’s soup cans and Shadows series.

This show is open at The Fridge DC until March 1st. Make sure you check it out! All proceeds from art sales support the Perry Center so they can continue this amazing work with these kids.

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