My version of the Blue Twisted Form

A Twisted Blue Form by linking different shapes. 

First I drew lines the width of the ruler along the length of a blue A3 piece of paper. I cut along the drawn lines to make long strips. I looped and twisted the strips of paper.  I glued the ends of the strips to create different loops and twists. Then I joined the different shapes to create my Blue Twisted Form. I have developed my cutting skills. I used special left handed scissors. I enjoyed twisting the different shapes and twirls of blue paper. 

 I was inspired by Blue Twisted Form By Merete Rasmussen 2012 displayed at Fitzwilliam Museum . It is a fluid ceramic form. It makes me feel happy and joyful because of the different shapes and twirls. 

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Benjamin Jones

Benjamin Jones

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