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WIRE SCULPTURES

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Lindsay Neel

on 12 February 2013

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Transcript of WIRE SCULPTURES

Artist Inspiration: Alexander Calder WIRE SCULPTURES Using only ONE LINE recreate this famous painting... ANIMAL SYMBOLISM
What do certain animals represent? MATERIALS
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SAFETY TIPS Animal Symbolism Let's focus on... ...from different cultures CHALLENGE: *Never pick up your pencil or erase GO! You have 10
minutes But first, a challenge... WHAT IS A SYMBOL? A symbol is something that represents something else. Do your one-liner portraits look like this???? Materials: Wire, pliers, misc. objects VERY IMPORTANT: IF YOU ARE USING THE WIRE OR TOOLS INAPPROPRATELY YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO WORK IN THE MEDIA CENTER RESEARCHING ART ROOM SAFETY AND RESPECT. Safety Tips:
Work slowly and carefully.
Keep a strong grip on the wire.
Do not touch others with the wire in any way.
Only use the pliers for bending or crimping the wire.
Never cut wire.
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