WVU Sculpture: steel wire-frame

Steel Wire-frame

My 226 Sculpture class finished up their steel wire-frame pieces this week, and had some successful work to show.  This was the first time that most of them had operated the metal working equipment in our shop, and most had never touched a welder or a torch before.  Thanks to Wilson Works for donating steel and knowledge to our program, they continue to help foster a strong metal arts department.  Here is the project outline to see what the guidelines were for the students.

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One thought on “WVU Sculpture: steel wire-frame

  1. Janet Entwistle November 17, 2012 / 7:48 am

    wow, Jer, these sculptures are really good! I especially liked the hanging light! I am so proud of you, and what you are teaching these kids! I think you have found your niche. You are obviously a great “professor”. That pour was awesome! You are keeping that Entwistle “artist” name out there! Pop and aunt Kathi would just love all of this! Mom

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