This course merges two-dimensional imagery and three-dimensional forms. Students will be invited to transform works on paper, prints, photographs, paper scrap materials, and abandoned paper art projects into 3D forms. Paper will be studied as a material with the unique ability to both hold information on its surface and be sculpted into an object. How can an object be at once both an image and a sculpture? Students will examine the lightweight and portable nature of paper as catalyst for working site-specifically.
TMA members receive 10% off class registrations.
$200 | All supplies included.
Tyler Helfrich is an Appleton, Wisconsin artist focusing on sculpture, collage, sound, writing, and collaboration, but works in painting, multimedia, photography, glass, fashion design, and film. Tyler is currently a full-time artist and entrepreneur, creating art and events of many expressions in and around the Fox Valley. Influence of his recent art and events include archaeology, language, science, and philosophy of the human body, mind, and spirit. He received his BFA with an emphasis in Printmaking from UW-Stout. His current mission is to shake up the Wisconsin culture through art!