Monday, December 15, 2014

Kristen Breast, Student Work

Paper, brown ink, wood glue.
2.5 inches in diameter and 2 inches tall.
The wood glue counts as a  material because glue was used as a sealer and adhesive. 
The color of wood glue played a factor in the final solution.

I tightly curled and glued the paper in a spiral. Once the wood glue dried, I cut off the top and bottom. I found these pieces beautiful - authentic looking rings made by layers of paper and glue. Using scraps of paper I created a pulp, dyed it brown with ink and glued the pulp to the outer surface for texture. The ink reacted with the paper to create a pink/purple color. 

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