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Art of the Day: Sunday January 31, 2010


- by Karen Lynn Evans

This week's theme: Sculpture

Sculpture can be created from many materials. Sculpture can be figurative or abstract, large or small. The common thread that unites them all is that they are all works of art created in three dimensions. This week, Art of the Day features a small sampling of sculpture created by EBSQ artists.

Art: Erdkinder by Artist Karen Lynn Evans
This sculpture was a collaborative effort I directed at the Middle School. A group of 10 artistic girls and I worked all fall to put it together. The winning design was "Erdkinder", the Montessori model for middle schools. The spheres represent Above Earth, On Earth, and Below Earth. The spheres were constructed out of concrete, then covered with ceramic mosaic tile and grouted. The wooden stands were engineered by a talented father.

Detail Images

Detail Image for art Erdkinder

Detail Image for art Erdkinder

Detail Image for art Erdkinder


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