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This original geometric design is based off of my origami that was drawn into two dimensions and then re-imagined as a sculptural wall relief. Uses Cardstock Board, Wodden Dowels, pulverized Pine Needles, Leaves, and Sand. Sits inside of a handcrafted mdf board frame. Similar to a shadowbox.
This original geometric design is based off of my origami that was drawn into two dimensions and then re-imagined as a sculptural wall relief. Uses Cardstock Board, Wodden Dowels, pulverized Pine Needles, Leaves, and Sand. Sits inside of a handcrafted mdf board frame. Similar to a shadowbox.
This original geometric design is based off of my origami that was drawn into two dimensions and then re-imagined as a sculptural wall relief. Uses Cardstock Board, Wodden Dowels, pulverized Pine Needles, Leaves, and Sand. Sits inside of a handcrafted mdf board frame. Similar to a shadowbox.
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Vance Houston

United States

Sculpture, Wood on Wood

Size: 40 W x 40 H x 4.2 D in

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This original geometric design is based off of my origami that was drawn into two dimensions and then re-imagined as a sculptural wall relief. Uses Cardstock Board, Wodden Dowels, pulverized Pine Needles, Leaves, and Sand. Sits inside of a handcrafted mdf board frame. Similar to a shadowbox.

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Sculpture:Wood on Wood

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Size:40 W x 40 H x 4.2 D in

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Original Art Designs and Geometric Sculptures. Everything is handmade and very tedious. I specialize in Origami Paper Puzzles that require no adhesives and upwards of 80 hours to complete. Designs are extremely sturdy and durable. Like any talent the more you work and learn the more diverse your knowledge and options can become. I am Continually trying to learn, evolve, and improve. These mathematical designs can be pushed (in terms of complexity) infinitely which is why it is a true educational Art form. Creating these sculptures begins with a consistent geometric formula on how to mathematically evolve and advance the forms and designs of three dimensional sculptural origami paper puzzles. The complexity of each design is a direct result of the application of mathematics, geometry, symmetry, reflection, rotation, repetition, and mirrored images. In a sense I know how I am going to build a specific design based not upon what I want or think the sculpture should look like but rather by using mathematical principles related to how the geometry varies. Due to the nature of this mathematical approach to these sculptures the final product is more of a result and surprise than a preconceived geometric form. This gives you the blueprint for creating sculptures that have a concrete and yet visually unknown solution. This allows my work to continually evolve, making my sculptures more complex creates an exponentially increasing amount of potential designs. Through hands-on mathematics I create concrete geometric forms that represent 3 Dimensional Organic Designs. Nearly every design I create theoretically expands infinitely in all directions and each specific sculpture is a representation of a physical geometric space that exists within these infinite patterns. My Origami Background has provided me with a unique mindset and background that I am applying to alternative art mediums. All of these works are directly tied to and evolved from my origami sculptures. Like my paper art these are built based off of mathematical formulas based on how to apply the way in which you transform the geometry. Origami Vs. Paper Engineering Although they are technically Origami sculptures I refer to my work as Paper Engineering. Origami is the art of paper folding. Once a single sheet of paper is folded you have a finished product that is usually representational of something that exists and is identifiable such as a crane or fish.

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