Introduction To Sculptures by samc

VIEWS: 152 PAGES: 26

									By: Ms. Kessler and Carly Bair

Table of Contents Table of Contents Cont.

Introduction To Sculpture
NGA Link


Sculpture is 3-Dimensional Slab.html

Rearing Stallion Model For East Building Finny Fish Untitled Little Spider

Picture #1
Picture #2

The Young Christ A Man In Armor A Lady Of The Zorzi Family

The Thinker

Introduction To Sculptures
Sculptures are amazing works of art. There are many different types of sculptures as well. In this slide show you will be learning about three types of sculptures: clay, wire, and bronze. You will also learn how to make one yourself and you will find out about the different artists who create these types of sculptures.
Table of contents Table of contents: artworks Click Here To See sculpture From All Views


Click here to view how bronze sculpture is made

Table of contents Table of contents cont.

Link To Bronze Process

Click Here To View Bronze Sculpture Process

Table of Contents Table of Contents: Artworks

Clay is another media used to make sculptures. To make this type of sculpture you can also add clay and model it, where as for a lot of others sculpture media, you can only take away or carve.
Table of contents Table of contents Cont.

Sculpture is Three Dimensional
It is meant to be viewed from all sides.

Table of contents Table of contents cont.

Click to begin

Wire is the last type of media in this presentation. To create a wire sculpture, you create a shape or form by adding wire. To create a head (as viewed in Untitled by Alexander Calder-see table of contents cont. for details) you make a circular base and add neck, head, and face.
Table of contents Table of contents cont.

See an eighth grade girl create a clay sculpture by visiting this unique website!

Click here

Take a virtual tour of the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Sculpture Website Art Workshop

Click here to view the steps to Making a sculpture

I would like to thank everybody who made this production possible! I would like to thank Collin Mc Kay for his “helping hands” in the step-by-step clay movie. I would also like to thank Ms. Kessler who was the best partner-teacher ever! Also my parents and teacher for allowing me to be in this program.

Thank You Guys So Much!

The End

To top