Tuesday, February 18, 2014

3-D Design Class Project

The Cardboard Project.

As one of the foundations courses of the Art program at Ashland University, students take 3-D Design. In this course students explore the aesthetics of the 3-Dimensional world and incorporate these into assigned projects. Over the course of the class, students also explore different media and methods commonly used in the sculptural art world. For this project students used cardboard to create geometrical structures. The work was recently displayed outside the Don Coburn Gallery on Ashland's campus.

Here are some photos of the students work:

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