Beginning Sculpture explores traditional sculpting methods, as well as the latest tools and techniques. It covers a diverse range of media including wood, metal, stone, paper, clay, and mixed media.
12 studio transparencies illustrate fundamental techniques.
12 samples of student art encourage peer reviews.
- a) Sculpture Concepts
b) Student artwork, Torso Flower. Plastic.
- a) Creating Abstract Sculptures
b) Student artwork, Untitled. Alabaster.
- a) How To Join Two Pieces of Clay
b) Student artwork, Combustion of Impetuous Secrets. Clay, glazes.
- a) How to Create a Portrait Bust
b) Student artwork, Sylvia. White earthenware, acrylic paint, fabric, doll hair, glasses.
- a) Stages of Plaster
b) Student artwork, Bow Wow McGruff. Newspaper, tape, plaster gauze, tempera paint.
- a) How to Patina Plaster
b) Student artwork, Hands of Time. Plaster, copper patina.
- a) How to Carve Wood
b) Student artwork, I Take Your Coat (detail). Wood, mixed media.
- a) How to Carve Stone
b) Student artwork, Buffalo. Alabaster.
- a) How to Rivet Metal
b) Student artwork, Big Bug. Steel, found objects.
- a) How to Hard Solder
b) Student artwork, Skin and Skeleton. Nylon, brass rod.
- a) Student Installation Project
b) Student artwork, Labyrinth. Installation, stones, grass, gold paint.
- a) Displaying Sculpture Objects
b) "Visions" an exhibit by high school students.
Tags: Beginning Sculpture, sculpture, overhead transparencies, high school, studio, Arthur Williams
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