Landscape Sculptures in Wire and Mixed Media: Working Through Ideas

By Sheila Ceccarelli

To get the most out of this post have a quick look first at Drawing to Feed Making – Making to Feed Drawing, which explores how drawing and sketchbook work can feed ideas whilst making sculpture and exploring sculptural form and vice-verse.

In this post I follow the development of four teenage students’ work during a one and a half hour session, working from the theme of landscape and concentrating on drawing and making simultaneously. Students were introduced to modelling wire and modroc as construction materials and paper and drawing and collaging materials were also readily available.

Landscape sculptures: Anna moves freely between drawing in space and drawing on paper
Studio space: A selection of materials and stimuli for exploration of landscape through drawing and making simultaneously

 


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