My final 3D Tea Party Piece. Due to time constraints I was able to make a tea pot, two cups and a bowl and some bunting. I hope to improve this installation further by creating more pieces and using a model to be at the tea party. I will be doing this in my final two weeks after half term. I plan on photographing it as a moving installation in different places…such as my garden, a park, a river, the beach etc, using the same model for each one! I’m pleased with how it turned out especially in the little time i had.
Some of Priscilla Jones’s latest sculptures! I really like these.
Art, Craft and Design in 3D
INTRO: In this essay I am going to explore the differences and similarities between art, design and craft and the differences in the work/trade for artists, designers and craftspeople. I am going to be looking at one artist, one designer and one craftsperson and all 3 work in 3D as that is what I will be looking at in this essay.
Definition of art, craft and design :
1. A person who creates art.
2. A person who creates art as an occupation.
3. A person who is skilled at some activity.
Art is a term that describes a diverse range of human activities and the products of those activities, but is most often understood to refer to painting, film, photography, sculpture, and other visual media. Music, theatre, dance, literature, and interactive media are included in a broader definition of art or the arts. Until the 17th century, art referred to any skill or mastery and was not differentiated from crafts orsciences, but in modern usage the fine arts are distinguished from acquired skills in general.
1. Skill in doing or making something, as in the arts; proficiency. See Synonyms at art1.
2. Skill in evasion or deception; guile.
a. An occupation or trade requiring manual dexterity or skilled artistry.
b. The membership of such an occupation or trade; guild.
4. pl. craft A boat, ship, or aircraft.
tr.v. craft·ed, craft·ing, crafts
1. To make by hand.
A man who practices a craft with great skill.
1. (Business / Professions) a person who devises and executes designs, as for works of art, clothes, machines, etc.
a. To conceive or fashion in the mind; invent: design a good excuse for not attending the conference.
b. To formulate a plan for; devise: designed a marketing strategy for the new product.
2. To plan out in systematic, usually graphic form: design a building; design a computer program.
3. To create or contrive for a particular purpose or effect: a game designed to appeal to all ages.
4. To have as a goal or purpose; intend.
5. To create or execute in an artistic or highly skilled manner.
a. A drawing or sketch.
b. A graphic representation, especially a detailed plan for construction or manufacture.
2. The purposeful or inventive arrangement of parts or details: the aerodynamic design of an automobile; furniture of simple but elegant design.
3. The art or practice of designing or making designs.
4. Something designed, especially a decorative or an artistic work.
5. An ornamental pattern. See Synonyms at figure.
6. A basic scheme or pattern that affects and controls function or development: the overall design of an epic poem.
7. A plan; a project. See Synonyms
- What the definitions mean and what the three professions have in common and what is specific to each one.
- Which profession is on the decrease/decline
;My favourite artist of all time is Priscilla Jones. She is a textiles artist and works a lot in 3D.
Photograph I took on holiday last year. Inspiration for the idea of looking at waves for a final piece.
I have just started making and planning my final sculpture piece.
I have decided to create a 3D Tea Party Installation. This will include 3D Objects you would expect at a tea party: tea pots, cups and saucers, tea spoons, all created by me, made out of papier mache, wire and other resources. I will be using a table, chair and other ornaments as well as food (edible and made by me) to decorate and fairylights and bunting (made by me). I will then photograph the installation as a tea party, with some of my friends modelling in studio spaces and in different locations.
I have already started making the teacups and teapots.
GAVIN WORTH’S WIRE HAND SCULPTURES.
MY HAND SCULPTURES SO FAR.
I have been looking at hands and how they can be made, what materials I can use and how they can be sculpted. I particularly liked a wire sculpture I saw by Gavin Worth which inspired me to do this.
One of the reasons I have been looking at hands is because as a part of this project I am making some jewellery: rings and wire bracelets. Therefore I want to makea a hand for them to be displayed on.
I have made a basic hand cast and a basic wire hand. Here is what they look like at the moment. They are a work in progress and I plan on developing them further. I am going to build up the strength of the hand cast with papier mache and decorate it. I will post pictures showing the whole process.
I have quite enjoyed making these!