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I like this because we are learning how to manipulate and work with paper, and that is what this installation is made out of. This shows what beautiful things we can make out of paper. Paper is not a limiting material, but you can transform it into something gorgeous.

I like this because we are learning how to manipulate and work with paper, and that is what this installation is made out of. This shows what beautiful things we can make out of paper. Paper is not a limiting material, but you can transform it into something gorgeous.

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Image result for glass shattered in a cone way

Hanger and wire armature, wire spirals (used baler wire. Some students put tissue paper inside spirals), plastic bags (clear tape, colored bags, clear plastic wrap, etc.), heat gun... For a Chihuly lesson. I put battery operated lights inside... very cool

Hanger and wire armature, wire spirals (used baler wire. Some students put tissue paper inside spirals), plastic bags (clear tape, colored bags, clear plastic wrap, etc.), heat gun... For a Chihuly lesson. I put battery operated lights inside... very cool

Art Installations architecture | Technicolor Bloom by Brennan Buck - popavenue - Happy French Pop Blog

Art Installations architecture | Technicolor Bloom by Brennan Buck - popavenue - Happy French Pop Blog

Our Universe May Have Emerged from a Black Hole in a Higher Dimensional Universe August 8, 2014 The event horizon of a black hole — the point of no return for anything that falls in — is a spherical surface. In a higher-dimensional universe, a black hole could have a three-dimensional event horizon, which could spawn a whole new universe as it forms. Artist’s impression by Victor De Schwanberg/Science Photo Library

Our Universe May Have Emerged from a Black Hole in a Higher Dimensional Universe August 8, 2014 The event horizon of a black hole — the point of no return for anything that falls in — is a spherical surface. In a higher-dimensional universe, a black hole could have a three-dimensional event horizon, which could spawn a whole new universe as it forms. Artist’s impression by Victor De Schwanberg/Science Photo Library

This image is an inspiration because it represents the environment through elegant lines in sand. The medium is sand.

This image is an inspiration because it represents the environment through elegant lines in sand. The medium is sand.

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