Sculpture Using Movement
The sculpture uses movement by spreading away from the center of the sculpture. Using the different pieces the sculpture pops off the wall giving it a feeling of depth and helping to increase the look of movement in the piece. It is made from different shapes and sizes of cardboard all cut out in different ways and layered on top of each other.
Sculpture Using Volume
This next piece shows volume with the amount of bulges that take up the space around it. It is made from ceramic and painted to give it a distinct color. The bulges coming out of the center help to take up the negative space around it and increase the volume of the item its self.
Sculpture Using Mixed Media
This sculpture uses a multitude of mixed media to bring it together and tell a story. It is made up of broom bristles, a cooking pot, and a chair base. These pieces together make up one thing using multiple items of different categories to create one sculpture.
Chelsea Leung. Untitled. Latex on Wood Panel. 2016
Rhythm is used in this sculpture through it’s use of intersecting lines on the giant circle. The lines make the piece come alive and have a sense of movement, your eye never stops moving. Balance is maintained through the use of warm and cool colors on the piece having the cool colors on the bottom and warm colors on top.
Sculpture Using Texture
Fertile, Print Collage, Mary Gasper, 2016.
Looking closely at this image person can see the texture of a honeycomb pattern on the pieces that make up the whole piece. Though not obvious at first the honeycomb texture brings the piece forward making it pop out and bringing it to life.
This Sculpture is the design of a small dog. It is made of clay and shows the form of a dog, when first looking at it people are able to tell what it is a sculpture of and are able to make a connection to real life with it.
Sculpture Using Pattern
Mary Gasper. Remnant. Wire, Wax. 2016.
This Sculpture uses pattern through once again honeycombs. The honeycombs make up the majority of the piece staying consistent and orderly. The wire itself has a similar shape to it as well, giving pattern to the entire piece.
Sculpture Using Color
Kendra Newell. The Playground. 2016.
Newell’s Sculpture invokes color in it, never having a true sense of order to it. The randomness of the colors helps to create a sense of childlike wonder reminding viewers of times when they were younger and played with toys like these. The bricks move as well revealing more colors that make the piece exciting each time.
Sculpture Using Modular Design
Danielle Furia. Blossoms. Ceramic, Terra Sigillatta.
Blossoms uses small petal like tiles to create a sculpture all together. The pieces are interchangeable and can fit together with ease coming together once more to create a blossom.
Sculpture Using Size Change
Uncle Svends Duck uses size change, the size of the duck is not that of a normal duck. The abnormal length and width are not too noticeable at first but once you get closer to the duck you begin to notice and see the changes that are there.
Sculpture Using Primarily Space
Zach Zmirack. Bricks, Chair, Clay, Wood. Soft bricks, Wooden Chair, Raw Clay, Wood. 2016
In this sculpture space is used to convey a sense of tension. Negative space makes up most of the sculpture as the bricks, chair, plank, and boulder at the end make up the positive space.
Sculpture Using Point, Line, and Plane
Chelsea Leung. Define Dimensions. Acrylic. Wire. 2016
The pyramid perfectly shows off point, line, and plane. The sides of the pyramid are planes, the lines are created from string woven within the pyramid. While the points are connected to the lines dotting around the planes.
Sculpture Using Conceptual Design
This design shows the evolution of what a piece goes through in creation. Showing the many stages of a thinking process in what something can become. Slowly forming into what the final product is.
Sculpture Using Motion
The final sculpture used motion, having two people in a woven bag to give it life. The motions are very organic and oddly shaped giving them a look of a trapped animal trying to escape the confounds of a net, or a bag that humans left lying around.