I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love.  Here are more photos sent to me by people doing paper mache.   If you have paper mache art that you would like me to display just send them to me at dan@gourmetpapermache.com.   Enjoy!

 

This is Mike Murphy’s paper mache “Audrey”.  Great!

MIke Murphy's paper mache Audrey

Mike also made this Marlin. He based it upon the one in the house on the Adam’s Family TV show.   Fantastic!

Mike Murphy's Addam's Family Marlin

 

Below are a few of Rachel’s paper mache projects.  Here is one of my favorites.  It’s called the “Three Wise Gollums”

Rachel's paper mache ThreeWiseGollums1

Here is Rachel’s cute little dragon.

rachels paper mache Dragon front

Below is another piece by Rachel,  a very cute monkey with hat.

Rachel's paper mache monkey with hat2

This is Rachel’s Billy Bob

Rache's paper mache Billy Bob

Also Rachel’s paper mache “Arthur Pendragon”.  Adorable.

Rachel's paper mache Arthur Pendragon

And finally, a great Mariachi Rachel just finished.

Rachel's Mariachi

 

Here is Siebe Vu’s first paper mache dragon trophy.  Very nice job!

Siebe Vu's paper mache dragon trophy

Here is a project made by the art class run by Bryan Medina Mr Hill.  It won an award at an exhibition.  Congratulations!

Bryan Medina and Mr Hill's class with their paper mache award winning dinosaur

 

This is Que Bigg’s paper mache dragon.  Wonderful.  Look at those scales!

Que Bigg's paper mache dragon

 

Now this is something amazing.  Paolo Orlando’s made a paper mache Empire State Building.  That is astounding enough.  But then he made two paper mache dragons climbing it!    If you look closely you can see Spider Man attempting to capture one of them.  Really cool!

Paolo Orlando's paper mache dragons on the Empire State Building3

Another look.

Paolo Orlando's paper mache dragons on the Empire State Building2

And a close up.

paolo's paper mache dragon on empire state building

 

Here are a few of Jolene De Swardt’s paper mache projects.  First, a great dragon!

Jolene De Swardt's paper mache dragon

Next, a cool paper mache mask!  And then a great “Angry Birds” pinata.

Jolene De Swardt's paper mache head Jolene De Swardt's paper mache Angry Birds pinata

 

Check out John Daly’s paper mache Praying mantis costume that he made for his son!   What a lucky kid!

John Daly's paper mache Praying mantis costume

 

This is Heath Lambert’s paper mache dragon trophy.  If you look closely you will see metal parts because it is a Terminator dragon.  Very cool!

Heath Lambert's paper mache dragon2 Heath Lambert's paper mache dragon

And here is another of Heath’s dragons.   Wonderful!

Heath Lambert's paper mache trophy

 

This is Kelly Mazzeo’s paper mache “Toothless”.  Perfect rendition!

Kelly Mazzeo's paper mache Toothless

 

Look at Inga Aleknaviciute’s giant, paper mache white bear.  This is one of two.  They are in Watermill Center, NY.  Wonderful!

Inga Aleknaviciute's paper mache white bear

 

This is Mattie Sue Athan’s paper mache project she calls “Head Shot”.   Beautiful!

Mattie Sue Athan's paper mache "Head Shot"

And here is Mattie Sue’s mask.  Very cool indeed!

Mattie Sue Athan's paper mache mask

 

And here is David Syer’s dragon!   Nice!

David Syer's paper mache dragon

 

Below is Castelletti Carla’s paper mache Halloween project.   Kid’s will be running by this house!

Castelletti Carla's paper mache Halloween project

 

While I’m thinking of Halloween, here is a paper mache mask made by Brandon Jackson.  So fun!

brandon Jackson's paper mache fox head

 

Here is another great dragon made by Craig Jameson.  Excellent job!

Craig Jameson's paper mache dragon3

 

And another really great dragon trophy.  This by Arnd Willmann.  The eyes light up!   I love these colors!

Arnd Willmann's paper mache dragon trophy

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