DIY Kelly Wearstler Inspired Anemone


I spied this Kelly Wearstler brass sculpture a while ago and it has never left my mind, so I decided to DIY it! The original is called a kaleidoscope, but I’d rather call it an anenome! The light it casts on the wall is really beautiful, almost under waterly (I know that isn’t a word, but I’m using it anyway!)

I began by taking a styrofoam ball and about 150 straws, another good option would be wooden skewers. I drove the straws in as deep as I could, and secured some with glue. Then I coated it with Krylon champagne coloured spray paint an voila! It’s definitlely not as awesome or strong as a brass sculpture would be, but until I have an extra 2 grand available for art, this will have to do! I really love my new sculptures and I think I’m going to make half anemones to hang on my wall!

Cheers!
Alana

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4 thoughts on “DIY Kelly Wearstler Inspired Anemone

  1. Baz says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE ESP since I’ve been dying for the actual sculptures myself. Will try it out now.

  2. […] night I decided My mantel needed a little more Christmas decoration so I made a mini version of this DIY inspired by kelly Wearstler’s brass kaleidoscope! It took me 5 minutes to make, and about an […]

  3. I love it when people get together and share views.
    Great site, continue the good work!

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