kay sekimachi -natural and unspun flax, acrylic paint, matte medium
Fern Vase by Joan Hardie, 2013
Beautiful Leaf Bowls Made From Real Leaf Skeletons
Could also turn these upsidedown and make christmas ornaments. Leaf Bowl Art by Kay Sekimachi (It would be cool to try to make something like this!
Skeletal Leaf Bowl Sculptures by Kay Sekimachi
San Francisco-born Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi has created a beautiful set of leaf bowl sculptures using skeletons of actual maple leaves. The artist added Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves to create these ethereal works of art.
'Arche Noah' / paper and natural materials -by Traudl Stahl Delicate boat form
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Maple Leaf Bowl Sculpture
Japanese artist Kai Sekimachi’s
Porifera, alambre recocido, 70 x 45 cm.
Ethereal bowls made from the skeletons of maple and other leaves are the latest addition to Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi’s impressive portfolio.
Kay Sekimachi Vessel 2014 Khaki paper with linen threads 6 X
Judy Barrass - Not the Flat Surface. Raw pulp, printed on, re-pulped, formed into the shape of a boat with natural objects from the beach.