Lifelong Art!

In preparation for the collage class I'll be teaching for the lifelong learners on Feb. 6, I'm playing around with 2- and 3-dimensional objects that could incorporate serendipity collage as surface decoration.  The squash book (also called an explosion book) in the foreground and the little standing sculptures are made using the same folding techniques.  They look complicated but are very easy and great fun to make.  For information on the lifelong learning program in Oak Ridge, visit ORICL's web site by clicking here.
In preparation for the collage class I’ll be teaching for the lifelong learners on Feb. 6, I’m playing around with 2- and 3-dimensional objects that could incorporate serendipity collage as surface decoration. The squash book (also called an explosion book) in the foreground and the little standing sculptures are made using the same folding techniques. They look complicated but are very easy and great fun to make. For information on the Oak Ridge Institute for Continued Learning, visit ORICL’s web site by clicking here.
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