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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Self-taught Igorota artist makes intricate wire sculpture by twisting single strand of wire

Photo Courtesy || DME DIY arts & craft
Cordillera - Itogon-based artist Mich Camolo created intricate wire sculpture by twisting single strands of wire and using a pair of pliers as her tool. 

What's more amazing is that Mich is a self-taught artist. 
According to the Cordillera Sun post, Mich started making wire jewelries only last year. During the months of lockdown, she took the opportunity to create bigger and more complicated sculptures. 

READ ALSO: Igorot artist from Mt. Province chosen as one of the 40 best portrait painters in the world

She was able to develop wire sculptures in the form of animals, birds, human and mythical creatures like dragon. 

Mich said, it can take a week or a month to finish a sculpture depending on the size and the complexity of the design. 

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Take a look some of Mich creation below. You can also visit her Facebook page at DME DIY arts & crafts to view some of her amazing wire creations. 





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