Barbara Hepworth (1903 - 1975) is known as a modern master of sculpture. Instead of making art that looked like people or things, she made sculptures and drawings using abstract shapes and created holes within the shape and form. Take a look at some of her sculptures and let’s ponder: Why did she make holes through her sculptures?
To better understand it, let’s make a Barbara Hepworth-inspired pendant necklace which we can look through! What can you see through your pendant necklace?
All that you need are as follows:
(1) Air Dry Clay
(2) Objects to make holes e.g. a pen, bottle cap, jar, medicine cup and etc
(3) Acrylic paint
(4) Acrylic gloss varnish
(5) String / Yarn
HAVE FUN CREATING FUN!!!
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PiggieSteps is a place where creative minds and crafty hands get together to inspire and be inspired! We create and share art & craft ideas designed for children of all ages. Our crafts often focus on seasons, holidays, cultures, art history, and famous artists. Our aim is to provide easy, doable, and fun ways to explore art. Most of our art & crafts use simple and easy-to-find materials around the house and recyclable items such as toilet paper tubes and paper cardboard.