A Bitesize guide to making sculpture by coating objects in powder.

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Students could research other methods of coating objects, and then choose one or two methods to try. They could bring in or find several objects to combine into one piece of art, and then coat them to create a sculpture with visual or tactile appeal. The class could examine different works based on covered objects, such as Meret Oppenheim’s fur covered cup and saucer from 1936, Joseph Beuys felt covered piano (1966) or even Christo’s Wrapped Reichstag from 1995.