Monday, April 11, 2011

Where In The World...?



The cityscape sculptures were a huge success! We all watched as simple wooden scraps were transformed into highly inventive and original works of art. The best part was to see how each person used similar supplies in their own unique way. I hope that you enjoy seeing these sculptures and if you like them, feel free to leave a comment! The sculpture above is by Miranda B. and plays with the idea of an imaginary place where the "Devil Horn Hotel" is the main structure on the right. Check out the vehicle on the upper left. So whimsical and fun! I'll be sure to post more great work over the next few days so check back soon!

4 comments:

Hope Hunter Knight said...

Just found your blog through Pinterest - amazing work you have! I will definitely take inspiration from your architecture unit for my K-5 kids. Thanks for sharing! Now to seek out an enormous box of wood scraps...

Anonymous said...

These are incredible! Could you give more details as to how the project was done? Where did the wood come from? Were the pieces attached with wood glue? What was used for the color in the pieces? Thanks!

one little deer said...

Hi!
Thanks for your comments and questions:
Please scroll back through the previous posts where I explain the process including the use of wood glue, hot glue, acrylic paints and oil pastels to finish things off. Remember that on my blog you are always reading the newest posts first, because i document the art as it is being made...just go back further for the whole story! Thanks for viewing and enjoying my work!

Anonymous said...

really really nice sculptures!
i will certainly keep this idea for my artclasses.