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A mysterious artist left a rather elaborate multi-piece paper mache sculpture at Gas Works Park in Seattle last night. The newspaper sent me an email just a few minutes ago to see if I knew who the artist was – which I think is rather flattering. Unfortunately, I don’t know who created this piece, which:
…consists of several pieces: a full-size gold-plated man standing on the waterfront surrounded by what appear to be shells, some with the heads of people emerging from them…
I thought it would be fun to digress a bit from my usual posts. Today I offer my somewhat Utopian idea for an artists’ community
This polar bear is a small sculpture, about 6″ high and 11″ long. I used a very thin wash of pearl white acrylic paint to
I recently received a request for instructions showing how to make a paper mache panda. I love the idea, and I’ve already picked out the