carved styrofoam- abstract expressionism sculpture by jodie hurt, via Flickr

abstract expressionism sculpture Subtractive sculpture based on an emotion Student work Ninth Grade Art

Middle school looking at Isamu Noguchi sculpture lesson http://www.thesmartteacher.com/exchange/resource/33/Expressive-Sculpture

Students look at examples of abstract sculpture made by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi, and create an abstract sculpture that represents an emotion through color and form.

foam sculptures expressing an emotion

foam sculptures expressing an emotion This is another example of subtractive method, carving away at the block to achieve the sculpture

Subtractive sculpture based on an emotion Student work Ninth Grade Art @Jodie White Hurt What about plaster in a tall cardboard milk carton. Then carve. Vermiculite helps make it easier to carve.

Subtractive sculpture based on an emotion Student work Ninth Grade Art White White Hurt What about plaster in a tall cardboard milk carton. Vermiculite helps make it easier to carve.

2011 Studio Art 3-D Design: Concentration 1: David Rivera  Styrofoam Cup Sculptures

Styrofoam cup sculptures focus on shapes as well as positive and negative space

Thomas Kiesewetter . 2013

From Contemporary Fine Arts, Thomas Kiesewetter, Untitled Iron sheet, paint, × 43 × 37 cm

Danish ceramist Merete Rasmussen forms the pieces slowly in her studio, allowing each section to dry until it’s sturdy enough to hold the weight of the next piece. The technique, which she developed in order to make the abstract structures she had in her head, allows her to build up sculptures that look like one continuous piece.

Danish ceramist Merete Rasmussen forms the pieces slowly in her studio, allowing each section to dry until it’s sturdy enough to hold the weight of the next piece. The technique, which she developed in order to make the abstract structures she had in her

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