Wearable Sculptures

Brace's Emerald Wearable Sculpture
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Monarch Butterfly Wearable Sculpture
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Monarch Butterfly Wearable Sculpture - detail 1
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Monarch Butterfly Wearable Sculpture - detail 2
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Passenger Pigeon Wearable Sculpture
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Passenger Pigeon Wearable Sculpture
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Passenger Pigeon Wearable Sculpture
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Passenger Pigeon Wearable Sculpture - detail
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Carolina Parakeet Wearable Sculpture
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Brace's Emerald and Monarch Butterfly Wearable Sculptures
Photo courtesy of Helen Maurene Cooper

Description

These wearable sculptures were made for Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods' Smith Nature Symposium in 2014. They are made entirely out of paper and wire, and feature extinct or endangered animals.

For

Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods