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Axia College Material Appendix D Sculpture: Mediums and Process Complete the following chart with examples of each type of sculpture. Fill in the title of the artwork, artist, year made, and medium. In the last column, determine whether the work is additive, subtractive, or neither. Type of Sculpture Title Artist Date Medium Additive, Subtractive,
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Unformatted text preview: or Neither Carving Wooden Eagle Figure head R.L. Blair 2005 wood neither Modeling Tyrone Sculpture Lauri Panopoulos 2005 clay neither Casting Five Face Siva Yogshh Agrawal 2009 stone additive Assemblage Doll House Suzanna Scott 2008 wood additive Earthworks Earthworks Wilma Cruise 2003 clay subtractive art101r3...
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