Program

Kim Adams-Inspired Metal Sculpture

Supplies: Metal hardware: maybe from the junk drawer, basement, workshop, garage, garden shed, or barn. All kinds of things could work: paper clips, bobby pins, parts from old pens, key rings, keys, old bike or plumbing parts.

Wire: lightweight twist ties from food packages are good, and slightly heavier weight twist ties from product packaging are also good. The wire definitely does not have to be long, or new, or straight, or matching. It's nice if the wire is lightweight enough to cut with scissors though, because otherwise you'll need wire snips.

Instructions:

Experiment with the bits of metal, seeing what fits together in interesting ways that you like. Figure out how to attach them together using wire, nuts & bolts, clips, hooks, etc.




Learn more about Kim Adams:

http://www.diazcontemporary.ca/Artists_Adams.html

https://ago.ca/exhibitions/kim-adams-recent-works

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