Papermache Sculptures for Kids
grow up with Art
ChairsAnimals become chairs and best friends
60 x 60cm x 50cm high
PenguinNigthstand and when the ligth is turned off, the stars in the inner wing ligth of
Princewith a bowl as a shelf and if you look in the mirror, then yourself are the Prince
Sculptur 125cm x 45cm
120cm x 50cm
Angel Fairys Lillys
Elephant storage box
a perfect toy box
110cm x 70cm
Fundamentally there are two processing techniques. One is the so-called laminating technique. The other one is about creating a paper pulp, which is pasted and modelled in layers over a structure. By using this technique, the required drying time, between one step and the next, takes a couple of days. Even though it is an elaborate, often weeks-long, process, this procedure keeps the piece light, yet extremely durable. Such concepts as high stability and long durability inspired the artist to create children’s furniture.
“Art Experience – Dreams of Papermache“.
Her works are mainly commissioned works