Outdoor sculpture created with wire and tissue paper soaked in gel medium. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

art project 1 :) Created with wire and tissue paper soaked in gel medium. perhaps we could use collected sticks and tissue paper?

CORNELIA PARKER, MASS (COLDER DARKER MATTER) 1997: something incredible is about to happen.

CORNELIA PARKER, MASS (COLDER DARKER MATTER) This is the most amazing piece of art at the Phoenix Museum. The artist took pieces of charred wood from a church steeple that was hit by lightning and strung them on wire.

phenomenal fruits drawings (pomegranate drawing)

Phenomenal Fruit Drawings: AP Studio Art

cornelia-parker

Sound and Image Brief

Cornelia Parker: Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View, 1991 The visual cacophony that Parker creates in this mixed media installation is stunning; we particularly like her use of light and shadow to.

In a large space, this would be really fabulous!

The spiraling, two-tone frame is hand-crafted iron with a bronze finish on the outside and a gold leaf finish on the inside. Fixtures glow within a caramel ice diffuser bringing this design to life.

Artist Anila Quayyum Agha projects stunning shadows onto the surrounding room using a single light source within this intricately cut wooden...

"Intersections" by Anila Quayyum Agha is an ornately carved wood cube with an imbedded light source that projects SHADOWS onto gallery walls. The foot cube projects shadows that are 32 - 35 feet.

Koji Takaki  His work is concerned with 'oppositional' elements: weightlessness and heaviness, transparency and opacity, light and shadow, presence and absence.

Koji Takaki His work is concerned with 'oppositional' elements: weightlessness and heaviness, transparency and opacity, light and shadow, presence and absence.

Charles Demuth

"Stairs, Provincetown," Charles Demuth, watercolor and pencil on board, 23 x 19 Museum of Modern Art.

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