During his lifetime, Calder created more than 16,000 works of art, including drawings, paintings, jewelry, tapestries, stage sets, and sculptures. However, he is most famous for his moving sculptures, called mobiles. Instead of anchoring these three-dimensional works to the ground, Calder usually suspended them from the ceiling to allow them to float freely in space. This Bio is from the National Gallery of Art
math: balance &MEASUREMENTS
SteM: Revision system
Essential Question: What role does persistence play in revising and developing art?
I can Statements: I can tell how I make art.
I can use everyday objects to create a sculpture or diagram.