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Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, sharpies to make low relief sculpture. Covers line variations, and color schemes. Good for Exploratory and Art I.

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art on Artsonia Paper Relief Sculptures were created with just one piece of white paper. Students discussed lines and how to make a line three-dimensional

Color Schemes and Foil Relief Cardboard Sculpture

Color Schemes and Foil Relief Cardboard Sculpture

Use Plaster of Paris to create tile reliefs which mimic art of Ancient Egypt.

Use Plaster of Paris to create tile reliefs which mimic art of Ancient Egypt. If I can't get the trays I wonder If I could combine this with a printing project and use a lino print to do the plaster of Paris on top of?

Radial Paper Relief Sculptures (4th/5th)

Radial Paper Relief Sculptures - repeat folded shapes to create a mandala. Elementary, middle or high school art project.

... and create cardboard squares to support the relief {see below} Cardboard squares are painted and the box is designed with magazine collage techniques.

Perspective: create cardboard squares to support the relief.Cardboard squares are painted and the box is designed with magazine collage techniques.

solo cups, copper foil tape, water bottle, plastic champagne cup

Chihuly-Inspired Faux Glass Sculptures - use permanent markers to draw on clear Solo cups or water bottles. Put in toaster oven to soften, bend while hot. This sculpture has copper added afterward.

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