Notify me of new posts via email. Since I have taken part in the Gold Run project as well as a variety of indoor and outdoor commissions, such as a garden mural project with Ceda, a large scale interactive weather map with Ceda and the Met office, the Rugby World Cup 5 Nations parade in Exeter with Walk the Plank Arts Company to create a 17ft cardboard totem pole see images. Post to Cancel. The detailing is created by carving away cardboard, then cutting and attaching increasingly smaller layers of cardboard until a life-like quality is achieved. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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When I first started making sculpture I decided to use cardboard as my medium. of furniture created entirely from cardboard waste by local artist James Lake. The portrait is built upon a large scale cardboard skull which is visible this work had been in many exhibitions and accompanied me to school art workshops.
James Grashow is a renowned sculptor, woodcut artist, and educator represented by the Allan "The Cardboard Bernini", a documentary by Olympia Stone.
The children were completely engaged and enthused for the entire day.
James Lake – Sculpture
This way of working also supports my work with others; breaking down potential barriers, whether financial or educational, to create large scale sculptures. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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James Lake. The day began with an introduction from James, and then a quick look at some of his incredible sculptures.
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|I have undertaken a commission with a new hotel in Manchester to create two life size figurative pieces; a s style butler and bellboy see pics.
To overcome this, I built the sculpture in sections that I could assemble and fix together.
You are commenting using your Google account. James is brilliant to work with, incredibly well prepared, hard working and flexible.
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Rajapack raises ecoawareness with James Lake cardboard art
Artist James Lake learned how to make giant sculptures after losing a leg to cancer when he was
Sitting without Purpose This life sized sculpture is made entirely from recycled cardboard and glue. We are thrilled with the outcomes and hope to have him back next year. As an artist with a physical disability, I had to find a way that I could physically build a large scale sculpture using accessible materials and techniques. The children were completely engaged and enthused for the entire day.
James is a pleasure to work with.