- Sculptures that reinterpret themes and deities of various world religions
- Portrait busts
- Wind-driven sculptures
- Boxes inspired by an artist or nature
- Figures based on mutated creatures
- Figures created from old computer parts
- Figure studies in clay
- Organic sculptures carved from wood or plaster
- A series of small installations investigating the theme of place and time
- A series of hand-built ceramics that investigated organic shapes and concave/convex space.
- Series of animal sculptures constructed from found objects
- A series of boxes inspired by Joseph Cornell
- A series of “combines” inspired by the work of Robert Raushenberg
- A series based on abstracted architectural forms
- A series of thrown and hand-built ceramics that were enhanced by using “additive” elements other than handles, spouts, etc.
- A series exploring movement using paper as the sculpting material.
- Kinetic sculptures based on simple crank toys
- Life-size figures exploring aspects of self
- Sculptures based on interacting with horses
Concentration Idea Samples and Previous 3D Student concentrations:
Below is a list of possible breadth ideas. Let Mrs. Denison know which ones you want to work on and she will get you supplies and ideas on how to construct it!
AP 3D Breadth ideas: