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Sculptors on paper

ReneМЃ Paul Barilleaux

Sculptors on paper

new work, December 5, 1987-January 31, 1988

by ReneМЃ Paul Barilleaux

  • 64 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Madison Art Center in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Art, American -- Themes, motives -- Exhibitions,
    • Conceptual art -- United States -- Themes, motives -- Exhibitions,
    • Installations (Art) -- United States -- Themes, motives -- Exhibitions

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRené Paul Barilleaux.
      ContributionsMadison Art Center.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6512 .B273 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination48 p. :
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2404202M
      ISBN 100913883166
      LC Control Number87034826

      Paperclay for Ceramic Sculptors, A Studio Companion: Fourth Edition () Rosette Gault Print ISBN paperback This book compares traditional ceramics point by point to paperclay. A practical technical resource Q & A for ceramic paperclay for beginner-K12 to advanced makers about forms possible to hand build, cast, or throw on wheel including . Paper sculpture and related artistic practices stem from a global history of cutting and folding paper. In Japan, origami and kirigami developed after Buddhist monks introduced paper to the island in the 6th century. Germany's scherenschnitte, or scissor cuts is a decorative art form that traces its roots to 16th century Switzerland and Germany.

        Alexander Calder #8 Alexander Calder. Lifespan: J – Novem Nationality: American One of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century and perhaps the most acclaimed abstract sculptor, Alexander Calder is famous for his invention of the mobile, an abstract sculpture that moves in response to touch or air currents by taking advantage of . In , Cabinet—in collaboration with SculptureCenter, NY, and Independent Curators International, NY—organized “The Paper Sculpture Show,” a traveling exhibit and book in which the viewer/reader was invited to assemble three-dimensional sculptures from flat pages designed by twenty-nine established and emerging contemporary artists.

        This book has been on my shopping list for a long time. Each time I wanted to buy it, I hesitated because of the price. The page paperback edition is selling for $95 on the Anatomy For Sculptors website and Amazon. Then out of the blue, I was offered a review copy by co-author Sandis 's great because I can now tell you what's inside the book.   The sculptures that comprise the From Within a Book series literally bring the pages of novels to life. Unlike other works of art such as those created by fellow sculptors Jacqueline Rush Lee and Guy Laramee, these ones are inspired by the book they originate from. From trees and nests to more intricate scenes such as one taking place in an old bookshop, /10(74).


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