Archive For August 25, 2017
HISTORY STORIES BY ELIZABETH NIX // SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 Following the U.S. Civil War, regiments of African-American men known as buffalo soldiers served on the western frontier, battling Indians and protecting settlers. The buffalo soldiers included two regiments of all-black cavalry, the 9th and 10th cavalries, formed after Congress passed legislation in 1866 that allowed African Americans…
Learn more about what Greg Rucker does to create his unique cardboard sculptures.
Greg Rucker will create a custom commissioned cardboard sculpture using subject matter that is of interest to you. After discussing the piece and determining the subject matter, and the dimensions you would like, you will be required to put 1/2 of the cost down and then pay the other 1/2 upon completion. Use…
Cardboard sculpting was my passion! At the early age of 13, I became interested in using cardboard as a medium of art. Up to that point, much of my childhood was spent drawing and painting, but sculpting was my passion. After exploring different mediums of sculpting, cardboard became my primary which, unlike papier-mâché, is a…
This is Jesus and the Archangel Michael returning to Earth during the Second Coming. Handcrafted sculpted and molded cardboard, unpainted.
This sculpture is an honor to my lovely mother, who is now in Heaven with Our Lord. Here, I depict a mother traveling with a child in a horse drawn carriage. Like all of my sculptures, this is handcrafted sculpted and molded cardboard, unpainted.
This sculpture depicts a family traveling on a life journey. It is handcrafted sculpted and molded cardboard on a wooden base painted in oil. The sculpture is 5 feet long, 3 feet tall, and 2 feet wide.
Buffalo Soldier Cardboard Painted in Oil 2′ x1′ ix 1′ This sculpture honors some the bravest African Americans Warriors in American History. Handcrafted sculpted and molded cardboard, painted in oil.
This sculpture is Moses with staff delivering his people out of bondage. Handcrafted sculpted and molded cardboard, unpainted