I also told them white-on-white paper sculpture
must look very neat, so they need to wash their hands every time before they start working on their projects.
Prize art Richard Sweeney's intricate paper sculpture
Visit with paper sculpture
artist Philip Cox, and view his work.
to start students out with a paper sculpture
for their first project." Part of her reasoning is that paper sculpture
seems to be an easier transition from drawing as students learn to think three-dimensionally.
Teletrofono, 2004 (the title of which refers to a failed attempt to patent the telephone by Garibaldi's housemate and compatriot Antonio Meucci), is the pencil drawing James used to plan the baroque system of folds made around a single, uninterrupted cut that would eventually become Sweat Equity (whose title leads us back to the article about the housing market), 2004, a paper sculpture
of the Garibaldi memorial.
She experiments enthusiastically and continually, going through sieges of working with etching, monotypes, lithographs, finger painting, paper sculpture
, and plastics.
In my "Introduction to Sculpture and Ceramics" class, I prefer to start students out with a paper sculpture
for their first project, since most of them have had experience with manipulating paper, whether it's paper-mache or something more complex such as origami.
Use ordinary brown grocery bags for the final paper sculpture
. Remind students that craftsmanship is important and that any bonding material such as masking tape, white glue, or rubber cement should not be visible to the viewer on the final sculpture.
The students choose one nineteenth- or twentieth-century painting to transform into a three-dimensional paper sculpture
. The only condition I give them in their choice is that they must have a personal reason as to why they are attracted to that particular painting.
The next five to six weeks of art are dedicated to creating this paper sculpture
Later that year, at their first solo show at Fischer's gallery in the same city, they made their first sale--of Walking, Viewing, Relaxing, 1970, a three-part "charcoal on paper sculpture
" measuring about thirty-five feet in width--for what seemed to them a preposterously large sum: [pound]1,000.
Versatile sheet that can be used for bulletin boards, painting, paper sculpture
, draft projects and even gift wrap.