Philip Wiegard: Mokume Gane Oil Spill
I am very excited to share with you this new project I developed for Polymer Art Summit 2021. It’s a new variation on my Bob Ross Sunset Tutorial with a strong and poignant topic: THE MOKUME GANE OIL SPILL.
For me this motif has many references, from climate justice to diversity to the petrochemical origins of polymer clay – and on top it looks simply beautiful!
I will be teaching this project live and exclusive at Polymer Art Summit 2021 at the beginning of August.
View larger images in the gallery on Philip’s page.
About the Presenter
Philip Wiegard (b. Schwetzingen / Germany, 1977) studied art at the University of the Arts Berlin (1998–2003) and Hunter College, New York (2001–2002).
He won a fellowship from the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (2001–2003) and the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (2007), and participated in the Spring Workshop residency program in Hong Kong (2014). He has exhibited his work internationally.
He is currently curating an exhibit of polymer clay landscapes, which will open in September 2020. The selected works are based on his Bob Ross tutorial on YouTube.
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