Thursday, February 22, 2007

Reworking the bass sculpture 1

Click pics for enlarged view.

Starting, by adding wire outline to dorsal fin.
Papier mache bass sculpture.Broken Vulture Art, in the Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

Adding some paper.
Papier mache bass sculpture.Broken Vulture Art, in the Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

Adding modeling clay, to outline relief addition.
Papier mache bass sculpture.Broken Vulture Art, in the Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

Using styrofoam to build depth to relief.
Papier mache bass sculpture.Broken Vulture Art, in the Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

Waiting for papier-mache to dry, before adding more paper.
Papier mache bass sculpture.Broken Vulture Art, in the Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

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Bass Herd, on McIrvine Ave. My current wallpaper.

Bass Herd. Broken Vulture Art, Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

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Update: Coral-Stitch beadwork necklace; finished. (See previous posting.)

Coral-Stitch beadwork necklace.Broken Vulture Art, Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

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"Native Sounds Free Concert"
Trickster Gallery, Schaumburg, Illinois, March 3, 2007.
Click poster for enlargement.

Papier mache bass sculpture.Broken Vulture Art, in the Bingorage Studio, Fort Frances, Northwestern Ontario.

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1 comment:

JLB said...

Wow - that necklace is GORGEOUS!