Randy Cooper's 'Evolution' with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County!
Randy Cooper's shadow sculptures are famous for their simple charm that with some time and attention turn into a lifetime of possibility for any art collector. Just add light! Below is one of his most astounding projects that used his mesh in a unique way.
The Natural history Museum of Los Angeles county commissioned the world famous Randy Cooper to create a simulated "skin" of wire mesh. The mesh re-created the flesh of three fossilized, extinct sea mammals so that viewers can experience what the mammal might look like 15 million years ago. They were a sea cow, a baby sperm whale, and a relative of the present-day sea lion.