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Transcript of Paper Sculpture
SCULPTURE is 3D art, created with any material that can be molded, added to, cut away, or arranged.
Common materials that you may see in a museum include clay, wood, marble, or metal.
You can use other materials, like cardboard, plaster, tape, or paper.
Since sculpture is a 3D medium, that means it has FORM instead of SHAPE.
There are 3 ways to change the shape of a piece of paper:
Bronze: Frederick Remington
Marble: Daniel Chester French
Wood: Tlinget Tribe
Clay/Terra Cotta: Qin Dynasty, China (~200 BCE)
Choose a partner *wisely*
Experiment with techniques
The technique you like BEST, begin to create 60 pieces in various sizes
Label a bucket with names on masking tape
Choose a Principle of Design to help you arrange your pieces into an interesting composition. A "composition" is an interesting arrangement of objects in a piece of art.
A form has volume, which means it can stand on it's own.
height & width
height, width & depth
thanks to http://calvertcanvas.blogspot.com.au/ for sharing this lesson