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designed for an introduction to three dimensional construction in art for a junior secondary level(aged 12)

designed for an introduction to three dimensional construction in art for a junior secondary level(aged 12)

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  • 1. Sculpture
    3D Construction
  • 2. Terminology
    • Maquette: a small or miniature 3D version of the sculpture.
    • 3. Materials: What is used to create or build the sculpture such as card, paper, wood, metal, plastic, mixed media, found objects etc.
    • 4. Mixed Media: refers to when a variety of materials are combined or used together to make art.
    • 5. Found objects: are materials used that are found to create art, such as old thrown out gloves or shells.
  • AlexanderCalder
    One of the most important sculptors of the 20th Century.
    Seen as the father of Mobiles.
    Mobiles are Kinetic Sculptures.
  • 6. Stabiles
    Stabiles are
    sculptures
    that look like
    mobiles, but
    don’t have
    parts that move.
  • 7. John Burke
    IrishArtist
    • Burke, influenced many sculptures in Cork and Ireland.
    • 8. Wilton Roundabout
    • 9. Red Cardinal, Dublin.
  • Eilis O Connell
    IrishArtist
  • 10. Brief: Explore the possibilities
    Create a series of maquettes based on your idea.
    Vary your use of materials.
    Work out or record your design

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