Artist Takes Leaf Skeletons and Turns Them Into Surreal-Looking Sculptures
Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi specializes in creating contemporary fiber art with challenging materials, such as leaves, hornet's nest paper, grass, shells, and linen constitute. For her latest project: "Sekimachi uses the loom to construct three-dimensional sculptural forms." To give them the solid
Press fall leaves into a heavy book for about 10 days. Draw on them with metallic paint markers. Finish & seal with Mod Lodge for added strength & shine if desired. - Family Fun Oct 2013, pg. 20
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Rake Up Those Leaves and Create Leaf Art
This gorgeous leaf art originated in a small town in India and is done on dry Peepal leaves. This artwork is one of the oldest forms of art, and only a few people around the world are left that create this form of art.