Students will create carefully cut sculptures using colorful papers that nest inside and expand from a wooden box. These layered sculptures explore visual movement, depth, and dimension
This project teaches about contour shapes and how color can be used to create depth. As students work cutting flat pieces of paper to construct a 3-dimensional sculpture they will learn how humble materials can be manipulated to create masterpieces.
Architects use simple materials like cardboard, cardstock, particle board, paper, and wood to create scale models of their designs. These miniature models allow them to envision their buildings in 3 dimensions and give them a better sense of scale and depth than drawings can.
· Wooden Box
· Colored Paper
· White Cardstock
· Popsicle Sticks
· Quick Dry Tacky Glue
· Paper Clips or Binder Clips