Three Dimensional Forms

Three-dimensional art formsThe second column of the IB art-making forms table refers to three-dimensional work, which includes a huge range of media and techniques. Sculpture of all kinds is included: ceramics, wood, metal, glass, resin, assemblage, found objects, collections, casts, molds, and mobiles. Designed objects such as vessels, furniture, fashion, and accessories may be considered three-dimensional work. Textiles,...


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