How To Create Tree Sculpture: Step By Step Instructions - Fully Illustrated

How To Create Tree Sculpture: Step By Step Instructions - Fully Illustrated

by Sal Villano

ISBN: 9781442107472

Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Published in Home & Garden/Crafts & Hobbies, Nonfiction

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Book Description

This book offers complete step by step fully illustrated instructions, clearly showing how you can create three very different types of wire tree sculptures. All material and tools needed to create these tree sculptures are readily available through easy to locate sources, such as craft stores, hobby shops, hardware stores and florists.

Sample Chapter

Clearly written and profusely illustrated by Sal Villano, the detailed instructions are very easy to follow. You will be guided step by step, in the creation of a Willow Tree an Oak Tree and a Wind Swept Tree sculpture.Upon completion of the three small trees you will then be able to create many of the other larger wire tree sculptures shown on the authors web site at:

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Author Profile

Sal Villano

Sal Villano

Sal Villano was born in New York City in 1944 into a large extended family of artists. From a very young age he was aware of art in his life and was attracted to many different forms of visual expression. Sal attended public grade school, high school and graduated college with a degree in commercial art. He continued to pursue his love of art at The Art Students League in Manhattan. While attending college Sal worked part time with his uncle Charles Santaniello, a sculptor, who designed and created magnificent displays for commercial accounts and several World Fairs and Expos in the United States and other countries. It was during the time spent with his uncle, watching him create beautiful figures and animal characters using only chicken wire, tissue paper and wall paper paste, that Sal realized he too wanted to become a sculptor.

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