Objective: Using a grid develop nine different solid forms with a cube “Hexahedron” no taller than 3″ the base should be equal on all sides of the square. This project should be clean, spray painted with flat white paint mounted on a flat 14″ x 14″ 3/16″ foam core board. 3” squares 1” space between squares 1.5″ outside margin The Starting layout below. The forms should work well together as a whole, each form being interdependent on the other form.
Samples of some Kean student work
1.Patrick Roberts 2. Peter Halski 3. Bernardo Bajana 4. Steadman Channer
Hi Professor Horner,
I teach a 3-D Space and Form class at the Art Center Design College in Albuquerque, NM, and I love what you’re doing in your 3-D class. I’m working on an assignment for my students to build a model for a geometric sculpture park. Could I have your permission to show my students the images of your student’s work on the 9 cube project?