And more photos sent to me by people doing paper mache. If you have paper mache art that you would like me to display send them to me at email@example.com. Enjoy!
Ben is a friend from Australia. He does great paper mache work. Here a few example. First, his latest three. Look at this trophy! Magnificent!
And Ben’s full dragon. Wow!
And he makes great dinosaurs. Look at this!
Speaking of dinosaurs, here is one of Ben’s earlier pieces.
And another of his dragons. Really wonderful work Ben!
This is Pene Steven’s paper mache dragon. I love the photo!
Speaking of dragons, here is Phillip Stone’s paper mache baby dragon. Very cute!
Here is something different! Sheri Tamaddon made this paper mache monster on this staircase. So fun!
Then Sheri made this chair. I love the melted look!
Victoria lives in Mexico, a country rich in paper mache history. This is her “Chinelo on parade”
This is Richelle Gardner with her paper mache dragon head. Fantastic!
Look at Marie Morrison’s paper mache werewolf! She calls him, appropriately, “Harry”. This is really amazing!
Below is Heath Lambert’s paper mache dragon. Very nicely done.
And here is another of Heath’s dragons. This time a trophy.
Heath just finished another trophy. Wonderful work!
Paper mache has long been used for political statements. Check out Elise Reed’s paper mache “Scalia pinata”
I love a great photograph. Below is Lisa Albien’s paper mache dragon, in context. So cool!
And here is another dragon of Lisa’s.
Now this is a show stopper. Bonnie made this paper mache horse head named “chrome'”. It sits on top of a full sized horse topiary in her yard. Wonderful!
Below is Etienne’s paper mache mask. Great!
Jens Schmidt made this paper mache dragon. Here it is with his son. Very nice!
Look at Ben’s paper mache T-rex. Outstanding!
Ben also made this excellent paper mache dragon. Wonderful!
And here is another great dragon made by Rebecca Nichols. Fantastic job!
Here is a close-up.
Sue Guildford has been working hard on her paper mache. She has made some delightful dragons…
…as well as this crazy chicken- like thing.
Sue teaches kids how to view trash as potential art (a subject close to my heart considering the title of my monster book)! You can see what she is up to here.
James Osterberg decided to try his hand at paper and cloth mache “about a year ago” (he tells me). That’s astounding considering what he has made in that time. Fantastic work! Check out …
Here is Heidi’s paper mache monster. Adorable
Below is Josh’s paper mache Angler Fish. Magnificent!
PS. The eyes light up!
Look at Isabel’s (age 8) paper mache lizard. Fabulous!
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