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Re: Our leaning sculpture

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Melissa Chaney (meemo)
Tue, 19 Jan 1999 21:06:04 -0600


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ouldn't it just be attached to some sort of base? A piece of painted
wood?? (2 by 4)? Something heavy.

Christi Fennell wrote:

> One of my second year art students has a problem. They were asked to
> create free standing animal sculptures. He chose a flamingo. It
> stands, but the long neck makes it lean. We thought about adding
> pussy willow stalks or thin river grass to hide extra supports. Have
> any better ideas?
> Oh, by the way, it is built out of crushed newspaper, masking tape,
> coat hangers and wooden dowels.
> Thank you in advance. C.
>
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