Louise Nevelson Assemblage
One of my favorite artists is Louise Nevelson, so I decided to try a lesson using recycled materials to create Nevelson inspired assemblages. We talked about the artist's use of discarded materials and giving them a new life. Our pieces started with a 12x12 inch piece of corrugated cardboard as a base. We then took paper egg cartons, cardboard paper tubes, popsicle sticks, and extra pieces of corrugated cardboard to create our forms. I suggested repetition of elements, variation of texture…
Louise Nevelson Fondazione Roma Museo Palazzo Sciarra Roma
La mostra racconta, attraverso un percorso emblematico, l'attivita' della Nevelson, che prende avvio dagli anni Trenta, con disegni e terrecotte, consolidandosi poi attraverso le successive sculture: gli assemblage in legno dipinto degli anni '50, alcuni capolavori degli anni '60 e '70 e significative opere della maturita' degli anni '80.
Louise Nevelson | Alan Avery Art Company - Atlanta Art Gallery
Louise Nevelson Born September 3, 1899, Kiev Died April 17, 1988, New York City She studied at the Arts Student League in New York beginning in 1928. While
2nd Grade - Assemblage Sculptures
Louise Nevelson - Assemblage Sculptor So, I had BOXES, I mean BOXES of just stuff -- milk bottle caps, empty thread spools, wooden spools, cedar chunks, other wood chunks, styrofoam balls, and all sorts of other things. I was sick of having them stacked in a closet in my room. I decided it was time to come up with a project I could use it all for. Then I remembered seeing a picture of this cool sculpture at some point in my life - where there was a lot of rhythm and texture but no color…