While these dazzling light sculptures look incredibly difficult to reproduce, Sola says anyone can learn to "lightbomb." He adds: "The first few I did were with road safety maintenance lights that you have in your car. You can use anything, you could use your phone. You can use anything that has got a light."
Light Sculpture - Moods Of The Sky, illuminated papier mache sculpture
This Light Sculpture is illuminated papier mache held together with wire to add strength to the structure. The way that paper mâché is uneven and textured, which allows different amounts of light to come through the piece.
St Leonards Rd Kelston and also in the Kaurilands area. Artist Toby Twiss was brought in to work with students from the six Kelston schools, to produce a series of sculptural ‘gateways’ depicting images relating to road safety. Source: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/132622387/Waitakere-City-News-September-2003
A life-sized elephant made from the parts of crashed cars has been erected as part of a campaign to get people talking about high road fatality rates in Western Australia's country areas. The brightly coloured sculpture, currently in a wheat field on the outskirts of the Wheatbelt town of Northam, is being moved around to different towns in the region by the RAC WA.
first day of class, students were given the assignment to collect materials found at home, in nature, etc. and adhesives to bring to class the following day. In a two hour period they had to assemble 3 spheres between 3"-6" varying in materials and construction methods. Its was a simple exercise dealing with issues of construction, time, parameters and material exploration.
The goal for this lesson was to study a painting and recreate it in a three-dimensional model, applying the artists' painting technique and color palette. It was also to understand scale and construct models.