|Kathryn C. Christensen||
Could you make a sculpture out of just 1 piece of paper?
Students were introduced to some main points about sculpture: SCALE, SHAPE/SPACE, BALANCE, LINE & TEXTURE. We explored sculptures online, and many students were surprised to see the variety of sculpture that exists in the world.
Students were guided to explore how to create a 3D piece out of a flat piece of paper. How do you begin? We folded, bent, twisted, cut, rolled, crumbled and created slits to fit pieces together.
· Create a piece of sculpture out of 1 piece of paper. It should reflect what you learned about line, shape/space, texture, scale, and balance.
· The paper must remain intact – no pieces cut away.
· No glue or adhesive is allowed.
· Make the sculpture interesting, and varied from all angles.
“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” Scott Adams