Cardboard Portrait

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Cardboard Portrait

In this project reclaimed cardboard is used to construct self portraits. The cardboard image and structure emphasize the importance of reusing and recycling materials and should provide an inspiring example of creative thought and innovation through repurposing materials. Mission: Self Portrait Develop a self portrait using an image of yourself, a word that reflects who […]

Texture Switch

Texture Switch

Mission: (Project Description) Within this project, we will bring into question the “skin” of an object, and how alterations to it, alters our own perceptions of the object.  Many artists, such as, Meret Oppenheim, Lucas Samaras, and Joseph Beuys, have pursued this concept creating works that question or negate an objects original function.  The simple manipulation of […]

Plaster Carving Non Objective Form: Abstraction Morphing/Transformation

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Plaster Carving Non Objective Form: Abstraction Morphing/Transformation

Mission: (Project Description) Using two forms build one, morphing the forms together to become a non-objective or abstract formal composition. The original forms are to be used as inspiration to assist in guiding the form. Use elements from each, yet develop your sculpture as a unique entity with an elegant form and a clean aesthetic. […]

Cardboard: Mechanical Objects to Cardboard Objects

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Cardboard: Mechanical Objects to Cardboard Objects

In this project you are to use reclaimed cardboard to render everyday objects. The cardboard structures emphasize the importance of reusing and recycling materials and should provide an inspiring example of creative thought and innovation through repurposing materials. Mission: (Project Description) Your mission is to build a mechanical object from the structural and aesthetic qualities […]

Scratch Block Molds – Casting Forms in High Relief

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Scratch Block Molds – Casting Forms in High Relief

In this project the student will learn the process of developing a “Relief” metal casting using a Scratch Block, a sand block bonded with resin, to create a the negative or inverse of a final relief sculpture. Metal will be poured in the scratch block to create the finished form. The metal relief sculpture will […]