GIANT Papier Mache food sculptures · Adelle
Ok, so the giant food sculptures we started making a few weeks ago are (almost) finished! Here are some of the ones who finished yesterday. Aren’t they scrumdidlyumptious?! This donut needs sprinkles I feel.. Sushi Roll Tomato-less Hamburger Sweets for all! Have a look at my last post on the giant food sculptures, to see...Read the Post
Claes Oldenburg Large Scale City Sculptures
student work 2nd grade has been busy learning about scale and proportion by studying Claes Oldenburg and his larger than life food sculptures! We talked about some of his sculptures are soft like an inflatable bed and some are large and hard to withstand outside weather. student work...yum, cupcake sculpture! We mainly focused on his food sculptures and wanted to show scale of sculptures in a city. First we got a sheet of white paper for the background. Then used scrap paper to cut…
Over the past six decades, Claes Oldenburg, 82, has built an international reputation by transforming everyday objects like clothespins, hamburgers and electrical outlets into soft or oversized sculptures.
Swedish week 1: Sculptures by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen
Sculptures by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen Flying Pins , 2000 - Steel, fiber-reinforced plastic, foam, epoxy; painted with...
claes oldenburg biography painting style
Claes Oldenburg was born in Stockholm, Sweden, the son of a Swedish diplomat. As a child he and his family moved to United States in 1936, first to New York then, later, to Chicago where he graduated from the Latin School of Chicago.
Claes Oldenburg, un artiste qui voit les choses en grand et en mou ! - 18 novembre 2012 - Un regard certain
Claes Oldenburg, né en 1929 à Stockholm, installé à New York, est un artiste sculpteur du pop art. Il aime s'inspirer des objets du quotidien. Il transform
Stolen 1969 Claes Oldenburg Sculpture Recovered
This early pop art sculpture by Oldenburg was found to be in relatively good condition, minus a few sesame seeds. THE LEGAB MUSEUM NEAR BOSTON IS DELIGHTED TO HAVE RECOVERED A LONG MISSING CLAES OLDENBURG SCULPTURE that was stolen from the museum in 1969. Curator April Phulle of the Contemporary Collection says the piece was recovered from a bagel shop in St. Louis, where locals enjoyed the piece for the last 40 years thinking it just another cheap, plaster window display. Giant Visual Prop…