Pimp That Snack! Large Scale Food Sculptures

Art educator Anne-Louise Quinton  shares a process for making super sized food sculptures from everyday materials, inspired by the work of Claes Oldenburg.  This is a fun and challenging sculpture project for Year Nine and above.

Anne-Louise says: ‘This project can take you a full term, more or less depending on the scale you work.  Colour matching and mixing and experimenting with materials to create textures are the focal point.  This is the piece of work the students want to show off to everyone and want to take home.’

Pimp that Snack! Large Scale Food Sculptures by Anne-Louise Quinton


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