Here are some more photos of paper mache art people have sent to me. If you would like me to post your photos, send them to me at, dan@gourmetpapermache.com.   Enjoy!

Check out this dragon made by Yohan A. Gonzalez.  Beautiful!
Yohan A. Gonzalez's dragon
This is Mary Mason’s paper mache rabbit.  It is called,”First Impression.” Very nice work!
Mary Mason's paper mache "First Impression"

Here is another really cool dragon!  This three headed guy was made by Roni Zelikson.  Fantastic job!

Roni Zelikson's paper mache dragon

Below is Jörg Gröger’s bat.  Excellent work!

Jörg Gröger's paper mache bat

Crystal Sims made this great dragon!  This is her first.   Really nice job!

Crystal Sims' paper mache dragon
This very cool trophy was made by Michael Eck.  Love it!
michael-ecks-paper-mache-trophy
And here is the unicorn Michael just finished.  Wonderful!
Michael Eck's paper mache unicorn

Look at this great flower post made by Philip Stone!  Excellent work!

Phillip Stone's paper mache flower pot
Here is one of Philip’s earlier pots.
Philip Stone's paper mache plant pot
Below is Rhonda Egeland’ dragon.  Beautiful!  Love the colors.
Rhonda Egeland's paper mache dragon
Here is a great paper mache dragon trophy.  Rachel calls this her “Scottish dragon”.  Beautiful!
Rachel's paper mache Scottish dragon trophy
Students at the International School of Beaverton Oregon have been watching my videos and making their own paper mache sculptures.  They are all fantastic!  Here are a few below.
Taylor and Ajay’s unicorn
Taylor and Ajay's paper mache unicorn
And Ethans bird.
Ethans paper mache sculpture
Here is Lera E’s dragon.
Lera E's paper mache dragon
And another dragon made by Claire W. and Ashley S.
Claire w. And Ashley s. paper mache dragon Claire w. And Ashley s. paper mache dragon-back
Below is Andreea Lorga and Mahak Juneja’s “Scary Cougar”
Andreea Lorga and Mahak Juneja's paper mache cougar
And last but not least, Ahad Aziz and Annabel Lofts’  Pheonix.  Congratulations to all of the students in the class!
Ahad Aziz and Annabel Lofts' paper mache Pheonix
This is Brittany’s paper mache dragon.  She made it for a contest at school.   Even though she learned my techniques from my videos etc, this dragon is uniquely hers.  It is magnificent!
brittanys paper mache dragon3
Here is another view.
brittanys paper mache dragon2
Fantastic!
Below are some of Gert In’t Ven’s  projects.  He lives in Belgium.  Here is his dragon.  Terrific!
Gert's paper mache dragon
Below is Gert’s dragon trophy.
gert's paper mache
And below is one of Gert’s monsters.   Very nice!

gert's paper mache monster

Check out Barbara Sutton’s  “Headless Horseman”!   So fun!
barbara suttons's paper mache headless horseman
And here is another piece of Barbara’s.  Very nice!
barbara-suttonss-paper-mache-dolphin-with mermaid


Here is 9 year old Martin from Spain.  He has been making paper mache for quite a while now.  Here he is with his dragon trophy.
Martin's paper mache dragon trophy
And a couple of Martin’s newer projects.   The monster that ate New York.
Martins new york eating paper mache monster
And Martin’s hippo.
Martins paper mache hippo
And Martin’s pumpkin.
martins paper mache pumpkin

Anne is a Natural Science Illustrator.   She used some of my paper mache techniques to make these costumes.  She wears them around Chicago and NYC
Paper mache wooly mammoth
She calls these her “Happy Pleistoscene”

paper mache happy pleistoscene

 

Here is Ben’s first dragon.   Wonderful!

bens paper mache dragon 2