Creatures real or imagined will be built using corrugated paper, newspaper, white glue and masking tape. The familiarity of the materials provides a gentle path into the basic principles of sculpture. The transformation of our constant cardboard companion brings the common place to life.
|Maximum Class Size||25|
|Time Required||2-3 hours ( + 30 min to 1 hour prep time depending on class size)|
|Material Required||If materials are not on hand, artist can supply|
|Material Cost||Materials can be supplied at cost|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Special Notes||A longer, larger version of this project is available for an extended project|
From her beginnings in southern Ontario to the Yukon home she chose, Meshell Melvin has a professional practice that spans 30 years, and has exhibited widely. Her work hangs in public and private collections, and has been featured in print, radio, television and film. Her images reflect an interest and curiosity in the world around her; the people, the homes they live in, and the surrounding landscape. She has a passion and commitment to art education that parallels her devotion to her practice and makes her a lively and stimulating instructor. An artist in the schools for almost 20 years, she is versatile in a number of mediums and her tickle trunk is full of projects.