Tuesday, November 10, 2009

3rd Grade Paper Sculptures

Students used tempera paint and created non-objective designs with a variety of colors, lines, and shapes. They also added another non-objective design on the back of their painting by using markers. They moved from 2-D, two-dimensional art, to 3-D, three-dimensional art, by cutting, folding, and attaching pieces of the paper to create an abstract sculpture.


  1. I love this art project because we get to draw.

  2. I like this project because it was my first 3-D sculpture. ~Jesse