Queen's Chalice - recycled magazine paper coils and pulp

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Queen's Chalice - recycled magazine paper coils and pulp

2,145.00

QUEENS CHALICE - Coiled recycled magazine paper and brown recycled paper pulp on a separate stand made from recycled handles from brown paper grocery bags. It is so obvious that right now this is by far my most favorite piece. it is a very large piece measuring 15" wide x 12" tall x 10" wide. It took me quite a long time to piece together and shape it freehand... If I didn't have the help from my faithful bestie Chris McIntosh who spends all his evenings coiling with me this piece would have taken me three months to coil instead of the one. Because I am in the mood of paper pulping the open spaces instead of building a paper mache shell from which to build my sculptures only because from the pulping you can see the coils from inside and outside and I love to see it grow and evolve. I chose to go with brown paper bag pulp instead of a bright color this time and the result is breathtaking. It does look like it's fit for a Queen.
 

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QUEENS CHALICE - Coiled recycled magazine paper and brown recycled paper pulp on a separate stand made from recycled handles from brown paper grocery bags. It is so obvious that right now this is by far my most favorite piece. it is a very large piece measuring 15" wide x 12" tall x 10" wide. It took me quite a long time to piece together and shape it freehand... and by quite a long time I speak of three months to coil and mold. I had already created a large piece with the support of a paper mache` shell and all I could think of is how the coils weren't visible from the inside so I decided I would rather inject paper pulp to my larger pieces and allow the beauty of the coils to be seen through and through. The physical piece is really breath taking and very much worth the expense. I chose to go with brown paper bag pulp to change the pace and the result is breathtaking, the brown paper bags come from my kids lunches I used to pack, they would crumple them up and bring them home to me, for my work. This piece is fit for a Queen...
 

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