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    This student work comes from my time teaching Design Foundations at MCCKC, Simply Sculpture Workshop, KCAI and Virtual Sculpture, KCAI.
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Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape

Kiana Henley, KCAI Student, Sculpture
Sculptural Playscape
Sketch-Up Pro
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape

Brendan Smith, KCAI Design
Playscape
Sketch-Up Pro  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape Project

Sketch-Up Pro/ 3D prints +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape

Ashley Castillo, KCAI Student, Design
Sculptural Playscape
Sketch-Up Pro/ 3D print+  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture, KCAI
Project: Virtural Installation, using Sketch-Up Pro and Google Earth
Objective: To create a 3D art installation.
 
Christopher Patterson,student
Fall 2014
Class: Virtually Sculpture, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape
Objective: To create a scultpural playscape designed in Sketch-Up Pro and to be virtually installed using Google Earth.
 
Wesley Derstine, KCAI Student
Sculptural Playscape
Sketch-Up Pro, Artisan Tool Set
Fall 2013
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Digital 3D to 3D Printed. The class was to design a 3D object in Sketch-Up Pro for printing
 
Jill Downen, KCAI, Professor, Audit
3D Digital Room - 3D Printed Room
Sketch-Up Pro
Fall 2014
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Digital 3D to 3D Printed. The class was to design a 3D object in Sketch-Up Pro for printing

Cullen Hillburn, KCAI Student
Digital 3D Cube - 3D Printed Cube
Sketch-Up Pro
Fall 2014
Class: Virtually Sculpture, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape
Objective: To create a scultpural playscape designed in Sketch-Up Pro and to be virtually installed using Google Earth.
 
Bryan Juarez, KCAI Student
Sculptural Playscape
Sketch-Up Pro, Artisan Tool Set
Fall 2013
Class: Virtually Sculpture, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape
Objective: To create a scultpural playscape designed in Sketch-Up Pro and to be installed using Google Earth.
 
Jacob McCall, student
Fall, 2013
 
Class: Virtually Sculpture, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape
Objective: To create a scultpural playscape designed in Sketch-Up Pro and to be virtually installed using Google Earth.
 
Alexander Prestrelski, student
Spring 2013
Class: Virtually Sculpture, KCAI
Project: Sculptural Playscape
Objective: To create a scultpural playscape designed in Sketch-Up Pro and to be virtually installed using Google Earth.
 
Cullen Hilbern, student
Fall 2014
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: 3D print of the "optical illusion" project

Caylie Hausman, KCAI Student, Design
Optical Illusion
Sketch-Up Pro/ 3D print +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: 3D print of the "optical illusion" project

Caylie Hausman, KCAI Student, Design
Optical Illusion
Sketch-Up Pro/ 3D print +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Optical Illusion Print

Kiana Henley, KCAI Student, Sculpture
Optical Illusion
Sketch-Up Pro +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Platonic solitd prints with laser cutter

Ashley Castillo, KCAI Student, Design
Platonic Light
Sketch-Up Pro/ laser cut +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Plutonic solids 2d to 3d

Kiana Henley, KCAI Student, Sculpture
Plutonics
Sketch-Up Pro/ laser cut +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Plutonic Solids from 2d to 3d

Hannah Fine, KCAI Student, Sculpture
Platonics
Sketch-Up Pro/ laser cut +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Class: Virtually Sculpture; Neither here nor there, KCAI
Project: Business Card Laser Cut + embossed

Kyle Selley, KCAI Student,Sculpture
Illustrator design & laser cut
Sketch-Up Pro/ laser cut +  David T. Beals III Studio for Arts and Technology FAB LAB
Fall 2016
Virtually Sculpture, KCAI
Project: Persepctive Study
Objective: Using the 3D envirment, create an interactive experience with color, abstact forms in a unique perspective.
 
Armstrong
Fall 2013
Congrats to my KCAI Virtual #Sculpture student Noah Geiger! He won the Weld Racing Rim Design Project and not only will receive a $1000 scholarship but Weld Racing will complete the wheel for fitment to a 2010 - 2014, Ford Mustang with a target finish date of June 19th, just in time for the Art of the Car Concours at KCAI this summer!
Art of the Concours! #Proud of my student Noah Geiger for winning the #Scholarship competition for wheel design! #weldracing @Weld Racing
Sculpture in the Round
Continuing Ed HighSchool Art Teachers Workshop
Simply Sculpture Workshop, KCAI
This class was designed for Continuing Ed, Graduate Students working as Elemetary Art Teachers. The objective was to learn about classroom friendly processes and materials to create sculpture. Processes and materials: dirt + elmers glue, flour+salt+water, wax, plaster, two-part moldes, casting.

binoculors
wax casting
Fall 2014
Design Foundations, MCCKC
Project: Found rhythms to create a visual narrative.
 
Objective:
Create a visual "story" by considering the pacing and scale of the images and text within each spread and accross the entire sequence. Refer to your Design Elements & Design Principles sheet for reference. Use 3 design elements and 3 design principles to visually tell your story in combination with text. 
 
Lindsay McMullen, student
Fall 2013
Design Foundations, MCCKC
Project: Found rhythms to create a visual narrative.
Objective:
Create a visual "story" by considering the pacing and scale of the images and text within each spread and accross the entire sequence. Refer to your Design Elements & Design Principles sheet for reference. Use 3 design elements and 3 design principles to visually tell your story in combination with text. 
 
Chris Meinke, student
Fall 2013
Design Foundations, MCCKC
Project: Found rhythms to create a visual narrative.
Objective:
Create a visual "story" by considering the pacing and scale of the images and text within each spread and accross the entire sequence. Refer to your Design Elements & Design Principles sheet for reference. Use 3 design elements and 3 design principles to visually tell your story in combination with text. 
 
Chris Meinke, student
Fall 2013
 
Design Foundations, MCCKC
Project: Found rhythms to create a visual narrative.
Objective:
Create a visual "story" by considering the pacing and scale of the images and text within each spread and accross the entire sequence. Refer to your Design Elements & Design Principles sheet for reference. Use 3 design elements and 3 design principles to visually tell your story in combination with text. 
 
Brandon Scott, student
Fall 2013
 
Design Foundations, MCCKC
Project: Found rhythms to create a visual narrative.
Objective:
Create a visual "story" by considering the pacing and scale of the images and text within each spread and accross the entire sequence. Refer to your Design Elements & Design Principles sheet for reference. Use 3 design elements and 3 design principles to visually tell your story in combination with text. 

Sarah Perry,, student
Fall 2013
Design Foundations, MCCKC
Project: Found rhythms to create a visual narrative.
Objective:
Create a visual "story" by considering the pacing and scale of the images and text within each spread and accross the entire sequence. Refer to your Design Elements & Design Principles sheet for reference. Use 3 design elements and 3 design principles to visually tell your story in combination with text. 
 
Beau, student
Fall 2013
Design Foundations, MCCKC
Project: Found rhythms to create a visual narrative.
Objective:
Create a visual "story" by considering the pacing and scale of the images and text within each spread and accross the entire sequence. Refer to your Design Elements & Design Principles sheet for reference. Use 3 design elements and 3 design principles to visually tell your story in combination with text. 
Design Foundations, MCCKC
 Design Foundations, MCCKC
Design Foundations, MCCKC