Papier Mâché Sculpture | Sphere | Handmade, One of a Kind
This contemporary papier mâché sculpture by our lead designer Seda offers a play with light and shadow through its dynamic form. The artwork can be positioned in several ways without losing this play. The surface finish is textured reflecting the used technique. The grey added lila color fits to serene and minimalist environments.
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This contemporary and one of a kind papier mâché sculpture explores the geometric form of sphere. Our lead designer Seda created this artwork taking the sphere and its sections as the starting point. Moreover, her idea was to create a form that could play with light. The form exploration resulted in this papier mâché sculpture, which stands out with its dynamic and flowing form. The artwork can be positioned in several ways without losing the play it creates with light and shadow. The surface finish is textured reflecting the used technique.
The process of creating this art piece involved many stages. Having some leftover wires and papers lying around and the urge to work with 3D form inspired Seda to explore the technique of papier mâché. First, Seda created the structure of the artwork with leftover galvanized wire. Afterwards, she created the surfaces over the wire structure by using leftover papers dipped in water based wood glue. Finally, she painted the artwork with gouache paint mixing the final color herself.
The one of a kind sculpture is part of the “Geometric Love” collection, which appreciates the infinite and perfect nature of geometric forms and patterns.
|Pattern | Illustration | Form||
80 gr paper, Galvanized Wire, Silk paper, Wood glue
Handmade, Leftover Materials, One of a Kind, Slow Production