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Food sculpture

Explore the world of food sculpture and discover unique ideas to turn ordinary ingredients into edible works of art. Get inspired to create your own masterpiece and wow your guests with these amazing creations.
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Check out our selections of handmade realistic miniature polymer clay fake food foodie magnets, wall decors, ornaments, jewelry, accessories, keychains, business card holders & more! Handcrafted from clay. Perfect foodie gifts for chefs, bakers & food lovers. Handmade in USA. We offer wholesale!

Sarah Snø
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Students will design a non-functional ceramic sculpture of their favorite food or meal The sculpture will look so real - it may trick the viewer into thinking that it is real! Claes Oldenberg, Marilyn Levine <a href="http://www.scribd.com/doc/8610478/Food-Sculpture" rel="noreferrer nofollow">www.scribd.com/doc/8610478/Food-Sculpture</a>

SCHS Art _Ms Gardziel
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My Grade 7-9 elective class recently finished these incredible faux food sculptures- made only out of toilet paper and water! I first saw this project posted on a Facebook art teachers group I belong to. I found a video tutorial (whom I think is the originator of the project?) HERE. She has an incredible Youtube channel. It's posted by the incredible art teacher Bethany Thiele. Her website is HERE. I have done fake food projects before- specifically Gyodan: Japanese Fake Food using polymer…

Mallory Perry
3d Art Projects, Sculpture Projects, Ceramics Projects, Food Sculpture, Cardboard Sculpture, Art Sculptures, Middle School Art Projects, Kids Clay, Jr Art

Before reading this post, click here for a complete list of art supplies that you can use to create your own fantastic dessert sculptures (and links for ordering them). Our food art unit started two months ago when my students learned the geometry inherent in drawing cake slices, doughnuts and ice cream. Using my You Tube tutorials they were able to create a backdrop of paintings for a classroom bakery art instillation. Initially my middle school students created flat looking paintings with…

Melinda Delgado