Here is more paper mache art made by people who enjoy this medium.  Some of these people used my books as a guide.  Some have not.  It doesn’t matter.   If you would like to share a paper mache project on this site, send it to me at:  dan@gourmetpapermache.com.

My friend Miguel Ruiz Fuentes has been making paper mache for a while now.  Have you ever had heartburn?  Just wondering.   I love this.

Miguel's paper mache heart

And here is another of Miguel’s pieces, “Sunshine”.  I love this!

Miguel Ruiz Fuentes's paper mache "Sunshine"

And here is Miguel’s Rabbit in a Hat.  Wonderful!

Miguel Ruiz Fuentes Rabbit in a hat

 

 

Lorena Tauton teaches art to sixth graders.   One of her students, Colby,  made this totally wonderful paper mache dragon.   Colby named him  “Frederick.”   Really great work Colby!

Colby's "Frederick" from Lorena Taunton's sixth grade paper mache class

 

Here’s something fun.  Look at this paper mache tree made by Amanda Gathright.  Excellent!

Jesse Gathright's paper mache tree

 

Paul Langwade  made a great paper mache dragon.  He loves to lounge around the house.   Really great!

Paul Langwade's paper mache dragon

Here is a close-up.

Paul Langwade's paper mache dragon-close up

Paul just finished this great trophy!  He added l.e.d. lights to the eyes.  Cool!

Paul Langwade's paper mache dragon2 Paul Langwade's paper mache dragon

 

Check out Lena’s paper mache deep sea animal.  I love the light!

lena's paper mache deep sea animal

 

A great paper mache dragon trophy made by Devon.  Excellent!

Devon's paper mache dragon trophy

 

Pedro makes very cool paper mache bird/human hybrids.   Here a couple.

pedro's paper mache bird man2

Pedro's paper mache bird man

 

This is Zbigniew’s paper mache trophy.  Nice job!

Zbigniew's paper mache dragon trophy

And here is Zbigniew’s paper mache two-headed dragon.  Fantastic!

Zbigniew's paper mache two-headed dragon

 

Look at this.  Rainy Dodd’s made this paper mache project for a school project.  Amazing!

Rainy Dodd's paper mache project

 

Gordon John Wendling decided give paper mache a try.   Look at his first attempt.  Great work!  He titled it, appropriately,

“Saint George’s Trophy”.

Gordon John Wendling's paper mache dragon

 

Marty and Dianne have been working with paper mache.   Marty made this cyclops named

“Hugo”.

marty's paper mache cyclops Hugo

And here is Dianne’s Dianne’s “Frankie”

Dianne's paper mache Frankie

Below is Marty’s “Louie” with Dianne’s “Flo”

Marty's Louie dianne's paper mache Flo

 

Miriam Heijnen made her own paper mache dragon.  Magnificent!

Miriam Heijnen's paper mache dragon

And then Miriam made a double dragon.  Excellent!

Miriam's paper mache double dragons

 

Mike and his daughter Hannah made this paper mache snowman named “Olaf”.  What fun!

mIke and hannah's paper mache snowman

 

Below is Anna’s dragon trophy.  Very nice!

Anna's paper mache dragon trophy

 

And another paper mache dragon made by Meredith.  I love how it matches the decor in the room!

merediths paper mache dragon

 

 

 

Elena has been hard at work in the kitchen cooking up paper mache dragons!

Elena's paper mache dragon trophy

 

And Alex’s made this excellent paper mache trophy!  He calls it his “Frost Dragon”.  Looks very cold, and cool, to me!

Alex's paper mache trophy

 

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