Sculpted Paper Flower: An Art Lesson
I’m not gonna lie. I am not the first person to create a sculpted paper flower, but here is my first experience with the creative experience.
I drew rough petals on 9″ x 12″ watercolor paper—consecutively larger.
Then, I cut out petals and stacked them from large to small.
I cut the center base of each petal, overlapped and glued with archival glue.
After overlapping the tabs and gluing together, the petals started to take shape.
I started to glue the petals together.
The flower started to take form—upside down view.
The flower started to grow.
And grow bigger than scissors…
And bigger than apples and oranges…
Art supplies: Strathmore® 140 lb. cold press watercolor paper and Dr. Ph. Martin’s HYDRUS Fine Art watercolors from DickBlick.com.
Now to add watercolor. stop by next week when I show you the finished colored piece.
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