This is my land art, its made from biodegradable coffee filters and small rocks. the purpose of the coffee filters is to hold the rocks in place until they slowly disappear over time, after a while the rock will maintain their position and maintain the shape of the cube.
A Day at the Zoo
My marble drop project is the project im most proud of. This is a prime example of going big or going home. I took a simple idea of a marble drop and i just kept adding to it. I started with the middle piece, which is the ramp. Its made from paper and dowels. then i made the bottom piece out of 3 small PBC pipes and a board. then i made the top part that resembles the head of the giraffe, out of Popsicle sticks. after making all the different parts of the marble drop, i tried to make it all fit together and move smoothly. after making sure that every thing was working, my partner decorated our marble drop.
This is my relief project, i was inspired by the idea of always looking for the end pieces every time you star a puzzle. I made the entire thing out of clay. then i decided to make the leg of the horse the thing that has the highest relief and the background to have the lowest relief. then i painted it with a mixture of glazes and acrylic paint.
My pressure project that is currently not finished due to technical problems with the kiln. I was actually inspired by an underwater documentary were a fire extinguisher that was crushed under the pressure of the great blue sea. so i tried my best to recreate the crushing aspect with a bottle made out of clay. i am satisfied with the bottle it self but im not satisfied that i could make class drip down the side to represent the great blue ocean
My repetition project, another project that isn't finished due to the kiln. The whole point of this project was to experiment with the throwing wheel, after learning how to make a bowl in the throwing wheel, i accidentally made a plate. then to incorporate the theme i decide to make a pattern out of glass shard so the would make a layer on top of the plate.