Sculpture has shape. Sculpture is three-dimensional, it's not ...

Sculpture has shape. Sculpture is three-dimensional, it's not ...

Meet the Art of Sculptures I love Art! What is a Sculpture? Sculpture is not flat, it has a 3 - dimensional look. Some sculptures stand out from a wall. Sculpture has shape! Some sculptures

stand alone. What is a Sculpture? LPA is Going GREEN!! Some sculptures stand still. Some sculptures move. What do Sculptors create? Sculptors transform or change different materials into something new and exciting! They change one thing into something else: a lump of clay into an animal or a log

into a person. They might transform a bunch of junk into something you see in a whole new way. ICE CLAY Clay WOOD Clay Sculptures Fish Plate

Plate used in Greece made 2500 years ago. Nefertiti Bust of the Egyptian Queen who lived 3500 years ago. OCEANIA Wood Sculptures Human Face Guardian-God Guardian-God

Maori art of New Zealand with mother of pearl eyes would have been used to decorate a home. Mounted to the front of a dug-out canoe when going to war. This god would be placed at the entrance of a home to keep away evil spirits.

What do Sculptors create with? Sculpture Tools The sculptor may begin with a block of hard material, such as wood, stone or ivory. In this case, tools like hammers and chisels are needed, and the figure is made by removing material from the block, by chipping and carving. What do Sculptors create with these tools? They remove parts until something new is revealed. The Thinker 2500 BCE Was made from an oak tree and found near the Danube in Romania.

Japanese mythical beast carved from ivory in the 1700s. Some Sculptures Ill haveare to givelarger you book than life Enormous sculptures are assembled using iron and steel. Thumb is an enlarged model made of marble and weighs 36 tons or 72,000 pounds. What else do Sculptors create with? Sculptors Assemble Things

Sculptors select and assemble interesting things. Assemblages catch our attention by putting everyday objects together in unexpected and mysterious combinations! Fowl Ball - 2008 by Margaret Wharton Fowl Ball - 2008 by Margaret Wharton Found metal objects welded together make an animal sculpture by Joe Pogan. Sculpture isnt always a single object

Heres some sculpture which you can actually go inside. It was made by children at a school in Cambridge. How do you make a Sculpture? If you have ever made a snowman or a sand castle, you have made a sculpture. Sculpture can be made out of fun items. A good experiment is to try to make one

out of Popsicle sticks. Lets try making our own sculpture. Sculptures Free Form Sculpture Art Projects Volunteers need to decide which art project(s) the class should do. Some projects are shorter than others, and if time allows, students can do more than one project. MTA will provide some of the basic materials for one of the projects 1 3, but not all the projects. The projects are: 1. Standing Mobile Using Styrofoam, pipe cleaners, beads, paper and light weight materials. 2. Wacky Work Imagination using above

materials and /or popsicle sticks, plastic cups and recyclables. Sculptures Free Form Sculpture Art Projects 3. Blooming Flowers and Vase Using plastic or paper cups, tissue paper, constructions paper, pipe cleaners, and beads. Needs 24 hours to dry. 4.Balancing Marshmallows Using toothpicks and marshmallows, all provided by the volunteer.

Sculptures Free Form Sculpture Art Projects Standing Mobile Art Project Materials Provided: Styrofoam blocks (2 to 3 squares) Pipe Cleaners Tissue Paper Construction Paper Beads Glue Materials Provided by Volunteer / Teacher:

Newspaper to cover working area Scissors Bowls for glue Buttons Paper Towels for cleanup Ribbons Magazine Cuttings Process: 1. Cover the work area with newspaper and hand out bowls of glue and brushes. 2. Hand out materials and have students write their names on the Styrofoam. 3. The Styrofoam is the base of the mobile. From there the student should put in piper cleaners and bend them till they are satisfied. 4. Cut and glue various pieces of tissue paper or other light weight items. These

should be able to move with a breeze when outside. Keep adding paper, beads, etc until satisfied with sculpture. Sculptures Free Form Sculpture Art Projects Wacky Work Materials Provided: Styrofoam blocks (2 to 3 squares) Construction Paper Tin Foil Pipe Cleaners Glue Popsicle sticks

Beads Tissue Paper Materials Provided by Volunteer / Teacher: Newspaper to cover working area Bowls for glue Paper Towels for cleanup Buttons Recyclable items Ribbons Process: 1. Cover the work area with newspaper and hand out bowls of glue and brushes. 2. Hand out materials and have students look over the stuff and decide how to put

this together to make something, like an animal, a scene, a robot, an expression of thought or feeling. 3. Using glue, pipe cleaners, etc figure out how to make this assemblage stay together until satisfied with how it looks. 4.Give the Wacky Work a name or title and the student should put their name on it. Sculptures Free Form Sculpture Art Projects Blooming Flowers and Vase Materials Provided: Styrofoam blocks (2 to 3 squares) Paper or Plastic Cups Construction Paper

Glue Pipe Cleaners Beads Tissue Paper Materials Provided by Volunteer / Teacher: Newspaper to cover working area Bowls for glue Paper Towels for cleanup Buttons Ribbons Process: 1. Before going into class cut Styrofoam to fit into cups.

2. Cover the work area with newspaper and hand out bowls of glue and brushes. 3. Cut several pieces of tissue paper to make the flowers. 4. Push the flower onto the pipe cleaner and squeeze the flower under the pipe cleaner to make it stay. Sculptures Free Form Sculpture Art Projects Blooming Flowers and Vase Process continued: 5. Make 2 to 3 flowers. 6. Put your name on the cup and put the Styrofoam into the cups.

7. Decorate the cup with torn tissue paper and water down glue. 8. Cut out handles for the vase from construction paper and glue onto the vase. 9. Arrange flowers in vase and add leaves made of pipe cleaners. 10. Let dry for 24 hours. Sculptures Free Form Sculpture Art Projects Marshmallow Sculpture

Materials Provided by Volunteer / Teacher: Marshmallows Regular Size, 20 per student Toothpicks rounded ends for safety Process: 1. Students will make a marshmallow sculpture by sticking toothpicks in the marshmallows and building up from the base. 2. Give each student 20 marshmallow and a handful of toothpicks. 3. Have them make a base by sticking 4 marshmallows with 4 toothpicks and make a square. Sculptures

Free Form Sculpture Art Projects Marshmallow Sculpture Process continued: 4. Build a sculpture up from the square using the remaining marshmallows and toothpicks. The sculpture must be built up and not lie flat on the table. In other words only the 4 marshmallows making a square can be allowed to touch the table. Kids craft weekly.com The teaching of the arts and the

humanities in our school is essential to all of us. Our ability to communicate effectively, the growth and vitality of our cultural heritage, all depend upon understanding and appreciating The pivotal role of the arts and the humanities in developing a truly literate society. ~Andrew Haiskell, Chairman Presidents Committee on Arts & the Humanities Chairman of the Board, Time, Inc.

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