Sculptures by artist Andrea Myers.
It makes me want to eat it. Looks like some crack opened candy.
i love it!
Wow, these are pretty amazing, I bet they’d look even cooler in person.
ohh, aren’t theeese nice!
Amazing! They look like paint but they’re not! Haha
Wow! These are really cool!
This is really strong.
I like these a lot, good, fun and interesting shapes. Remind me of maps and contour lines, wouldn’t it be great if hills and valleys looked like this.
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What material is that? The top few look like felt. The rest maybe canvas or linen?
OMG, so dope!
what are these sculpers made of?
Her website lists materials as fabric, foam, glue, thread.
The fabrics looks to be linen and felt.
I really like these sculptures, they are a lot of fun. It’d be great to be able to walk in and around them and do some drawings from them.
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