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  • 03 Nov 2016
      Paper clay also referred as Fiberclay is a clay type which consists of cellulose fibre mostly in the form of Paper (Mostly used paper are toilet paper rolls). Paper clay is a cheap & handy sculpting material. Easily available materials like toilet paper, glue, and a few other hardware store supplies are used to make paper clay. It's used for a smoother, more realistic finish. Paper clay only takes about five minutes to make, and it air-dries into a hard, detailed surface that can be painted. Photo credit: We heat it   Uses of Paper Clay   1. Paper Clay Dolls   Photocredit: Baby Doll ideas   2. Paper Clay Sculpture   Photocredit:eckmarkfineart   3. Paper Clay Masks   Photocredit: Etsy   4. Paper Clay Jewellery   Photocredit: Crafts India   5. Paper Clay Art   Photocredit: Alibaba   6. Paper Clay Ceramics   Photocredit: ceramicsnow
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  •   Paper clay also referred as Fiberclay is a clay type which consists of cellulose fibre mostly in the form of Paper (Mostly used paper are toilet paper rolls). Paper clay is a cheap & handy sculpting material. Easily available materials like toilet paper, glue, and a few other hardware store supplies are used to make paper clay. It's used for a smoother, more realistic finish. Paper clay only takes about five minutes to make, and it air-dries into a hard, detailed surface that can be painted. Photo credit: We heat it   Uses of Paper Clay   1. Paper Clay Dolls   Photocredit: Baby Doll ideas   2. Paper Clay Sculpture   Photocredit:eckmarkfineart   3. Paper Clay Masks   Photocredit: Etsy   4. Paper Clay Jewellery   Photocredit: Crafts India   5. Paper Clay Art   Photocredit: Alibaba   6. Paper Clay Ceramics   Photocredit: ceramicsnow
    Nov 03, 2016 2981  
  • 03 Oct 2016
    Meticulously folding canvas and layering color, the art duo Stallman (Jason Hallman and Stephen Stum) turn a traditional painting surface on its head, using the structure of the canvas to give their works vibrant depth. The two artists are deeply inspired by gradients found in the natural world, their color selection and positioning appearing almost topographic. The Pacific Northwest based pair calls this body of work “Canvas on Edge,” giving canvas the leading roll within each each piece. By positioning the medium outward its curved shapes become all about depth and form and serve as large, elevated line drawings. Hallman and Stum (the two combined their names to create their artist title) are both partners in the studio and life. “We create together, one acting as the right side of the brain and the other the left,” says Stallman. “This union of dynamic minds dissolves the boundaries of what is possible turning the ordinary into extraordinary.” More info: facebook.com/StallmanStudioGallery/     by: Kate Sierzputowski source : thisiscolossal.com
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  • Meticulously folding canvas and layering color, the art duo Stallman (Jason Hallman and Stephen Stum) turn a traditional painting surface on its head, using the structure of the canvas to give their works vibrant depth. The two artists are deeply inspired by gradients found in the natural world, their color selection and positioning appearing almost topographic. The Pacific Northwest based pair calls this body of work “Canvas on Edge,” giving canvas the leading roll within each each piece. By positioning the medium outward its curved shapes become all about depth and form and serve as large, elevated line drawings. Hallman and Stum (the two combined their names to create their artist title) are both partners in the studio and life. “We create together, one acting as the right side of the brain and the other the left,” says Stallman. “This union of dynamic minds dissolves the boundaries of what is possible turning the ordinary into extraordinary.” More info: facebook.com/StallmanStudioGallery/     by: Kate Sierzputowski source : thisiscolossal.com
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