Jennifer Maestre: Sculpting with Pencils!

Jennifer, a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design got inspired by sea urchins. What followed was an obsessive love affair with pencils as a medium, not for illustration but for sculpting! Take a look at her sharp sculpting skills.

 

 

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nusrat
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lot of labour and love, labour of love. :)

Shobna
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you can see that she is doing it out of great love of it. Thanks Jeniffer for cheering me up.

Jojo
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Delightful, Would buy one of these any day.

Upala
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Happy and pointy dangerous work. Luvit!

M Sharma
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Made my day! Thank you. (smile)

Naureen
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Love the colors and the skill. @Like@

Felicity G
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takes a lot of effort and imagination! kudos to the artist.

Jonali
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Really gifted lady, i cant imagine having the patience to sit through making even one, plus i have zero talent lol.

Artizt
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I did not think very much of MassArt untill I saw this. Remarkable!

Ragini V
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These look very touchable, as in, inviting touch, yet they are equipped with very sharp points..quite an accomplishment.

Sumit
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Super! Love the colors.

Carrie
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Probably the most expensive chopped pencils in the world? :)

Bijit V
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Very imaginative and skillful. This lady has the patience.

Kim
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They are really lovely! how inventive!

Vinni
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Delightful and Fun!

Neville
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This is surely an obsession hehe. but remarkably striking compositions.

ShanklinT
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Can’t say that I particularly like them but I can appreciate the work (read hard labour) and imagination behind it.

kanika
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I love them and would happily have one on display. so much fun!

Stephanie
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I applied to Ringling College of Art and Design and Massachusetts College of Art and Design. I’ve done research and found some good things about some of the Ringling programs. However, I haven’t found much about about MassArt. Its heartening to see this work. Did anyone go to MassArt? Any feedback about MassArt would be appreciated.

Thanks.

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