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While paper is frequently used in drawings it is a less common material for sculptures. Jen Stark slices through layers of paper to create her colorful works of art. The colors explode forward or draw the viewer closer into her galaxy.
Interested in trying your own hand at making art with layers of paper? Check out these blogs for some fabulous ideas for kids (of all ages!).
Show us what you created! We would love to see them! Post them on our IF Kids Facebook page .
Don’t you love opening a fresh box of crayons! Oh, the many possibilities! For Peter Goldlust they are the base material for his miniature sculptures, each one meticulously hand-carved into abstract forms.
Christian Faur casts his own “pixels of wax” to create the necessary palette for his hauntingly beautiful pointillist images, such as “Mortgage on the Future.” The dashes of color are coded to an alphabet and if you know the key, the image may be read.
As a children’s book illustrator and also as a father of two children, ages 8 and 5, I fell in love with Timbuktu’s amazing iPad magazine app. It’s free to download and use. My kids and I had a blast looking through and interacting with it for hours. If you have children this is a must have family time app! Fantastic illustrations, photos, interactions and design.
Top marks to Timbuktu Magazine! I give this app 5 IF Kids Bee’s out of 5