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I did a recent (failed) experiment with waterproofing paper mache clay, so you know I’ve been talking a lot lately about outdoor sculptures–and especially about two previous guest posts by artists who use paper mache clay as the base, and then waterproof their sculptures with a cement product. Jackie Smith made her goddess with Thin Set mortar over the paper mache clay, and Julie Ellis made her mountain lion with Quikwall, a fiber-reinforced cement product.
This week Julie sent me photos of her latest work, and I just had to show them to you as a follow-up to her previous post. Thanks, Julie, for letting me show these to everyone.
If you want to know how she creates the sculptures, click on her link above for the full details.