Sculpture projects

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The Best Art Ideas and Art Projects of 2014 - Meri Cherry

Woah. It’s 2015 in almost 24 hours. How did this happen??! I don’t know. But I do know that we’ve shared some super fun art ideas and art projects for kids this past year so I thought I’d put them all together in one place to make life easier. I’ve definitely had some misses (like this one was […]

Ashley Clark
Holly's Arts and Crafts Corner: 2011: Art Project 6--Chihuly Inspired Sculpture Arts And Crafts Corner, Crafts Corner, Classe D'art, 3d Art Projects, Sculpture Lessons, 6th Grade Art, Shrinky Dink, Sculpture Projects, Homeschool Art

2011: Art Project 6--Chihuly Inspired Sculpture

I first heard about Pinterest a couple months ago. Heard it was awesome, but didn't feel like I needed one more thing to be obsessed about on the computer. Then I came across an art blog where the blogger was talking about Pinterest. I decided to check it out and had a friend of mine "invite" me to join. Oh my gosh! This website is awesome!! It's a super easy way to bookmark ANYTHING on the internet into categories so you can remember it and come back to it. I've been addicted to it all…

Dawn Strohl
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GIANT Papier Mache food sculptures - Adelle

Ok, so the giant food sculptures we started making a few weeks ago are (almost) finished! Here are some of the ones who finished yesterday. Aren't they scrumdidlyumptious?! This donut needs sprinkles I feel.. Sushi Roll Tomato-less Hamburger Sweets for all! Have a look at my last post on the giant food sculptures, to see

Patricia Lemons