Radial Paper Relief Sculptures
The fifth and sixth grade students used their understanding of radial symmetry to create a paper relief sculpture with origami folds. They applied three basic folds to their radial design: the hat fold, the kite fold and the samurai fold. Students layered the folds in unique ways to create beautiful radial relief sculptures.
The 6th grade students used a variety of charcoal techniques to create a dragon eye. Charcoal techniques included: blending, gradation, erasing and layering to create a wide range of value. The use of these techniques resulted in a realistic rendering of a dragon eye.
Bateman Art Department