Paper Mache: Elephant Sculptures inspired by Salvador Dali
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Introduction to the class1:18
Building your Armature6:53
Taping the Elephant4:22
Elephant Head - Paper Mache1:58
Elephant Body - Paper Mache4:50
About This Class
Learn how to make a beautiful paper mache sculpture based on the painting 'The Elephants', by artist Salvador Dali, and the book Elmer the Elephant, by David McKee. Techniques learned from this class can be applied to any paper mache project. This project is also useful for middle school and high school art teachers. Feel free to use this as a lesson plan tool.
Beth Gatza has worked nationally and internationally on over 35 films, music videos, commercials and T.V. shows in art department, including art directing and production designing 16.
Beth has painted 5 backdrops for theater sets, including a 16'10'' x 35' backdrop for Alice in Wonderland in 25 hours.
Beth has taught oil painting, acrylic painting, and cartooning to students aged kindergarten through high school.
Beth has production designed 2 fashion shows, and designed a pair of men's jeans as a guest artist for RAWK Magazine.
Beth is a practicing artist and spends her free time working on 2 graphic novels, paintings and wood sculptures. She has had work displayed at the Fred Weisman Mueseum in Minneapolis for Red Bull, the Terra Museum in Chicago, and her own film and art installation at The Doug, in Southern Illinois. Beth has apprenticed at a metal shop for sculptor, Eric Stephenson for his piece, 'Strut'. Beth has also graphic designed over 50 peices for film, fashion, independent companies, schools, and events.
Beth is the creator of www.twistedhem.com, a website designed for women that is half magazine, half diary, where women share life stories with other women around the world.
Beth is 30 years old.
For a full portfolio of Beth's work, please visit her website at: www.bethgatza.com