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What is sculpture?
Sculpture is three-dimensional artwork .
shaping solid materials such as....Sculpture can be made by shaping solid materials such as.... wood clay metal ice stone
to make these sculptures?...or by putting materials together. What has the artist used to make these sculptures?
Sculpture is often about the human body.
...but it can be about anything.Even food...as in these sculptures by Claes Oldenburg
Sculpture is usually large...Wow, That’s huge! Angel of the North-by Antony Gormley
...but it can be tiny.
Do you have to be good at paintingand drawing to make a sculpture?
brilliant castle...or maybe.......not really! All you need is your imagination. I think this will make a brilliant castle...or maybe....
materials like wood and stone?Is sculpture always made of hard materials like wood and stone?
No...sculpture can be made out of anything...
They don’t have to be solidwire
Melting man by Nele Azevedo Why do you think the artist chose this material?
Guillaume Raymond's ‘transformers’Why do you think this sculpture is called transformers?
What would you think if you saw this in the street? Doris Sacedo’s ‘chairs’ to be precise!
‘The Great Swallow’ By Benjamin Verdoucks. What does this sculpture mean to you?
What do you think this is?How does it make you feel? What do you think it is made from? Do you think it is big or small?
Christo and Jeanne-Claude wrappedIslands and buildings in silk Why do you think they have done this?
...all it takes...
...imagination! What has Romuald Hazoume made these masks from?
Andy Goldsworthy is an artist. He makes sculptures out of natural materials.
Get. through back much go good new write out.
3-D Art Processes: Sculpture
Medium- The materials used to create an artwork. (plural form-Media) 2 Dimensional Art - Art existing on a flat surface with only length and height.
The Thinker by Auguste Rodin
Colored Pencil Repousse
The Mysterious Giant of Barletta
“A Mountain of a Monument” Vocabulary. sculpture The artist created a sculpture of the town’s first mayor which will sit in front of the Town Hall.
The Doorstopper Dr. Damon would like a doorstopper! KG2C teachers took this on, seeing the possibilities this idea has of being a rich learning opportunity.
1. 2 LESSON FIVE Integrated Concepts Visual Art and Social Studies: use of materials or resources Visual Art and Geometry: two and three dimensional shapes.
Dale Chihuly: Blown Glass High School Sculpture. What are these?
Matter By: Asmaa Kayed-Sarhan. Do you know what matter is? Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass.
Books about art Art Displays Art Easel Smocks Paint Table Drawing/crafting table Art Supplies (paper, glue, scissors, markers, crayons,
Claes Oldenburg Larger than Life
Papier Mache’ (French for 'chewed-up paper' due to its appearance), sometimes called paper-mâché, is a construction material that consists of pieces of.
Sculpture Terms & Examples You will examine: TYPES OF SCULPTURE WAYS OF CREATING SCULPTURE HOW THE SUBJECT IS TREATED.
High Frequency Words The second 100 get through.
Why Learn about Form? Learning about types of Form is an important part of learning about Art. When we talk about Form, we are talking about three-dimensional.
Is This Still Art Written By: Carol M. Fike. Questions What do you think the definition of art is? What is art to you?
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