Artists and sculptors rely on premium wire to create intimate wire sculptures and sturdy armatures for ceramics, plaster, and paper sculpture. Most of this wire is aluminum, a lightweight metal known for its flexibility and malleability; copper is a little sturdier but also malleable. Both are rustproof and work well indoors or out. Use hands or needle-nose pliers to model forms with the wire, or mold clay, paper, or other materials on top of it. This wire is great not only for sculptures and assemblages, but also, in finer gauges, for jewelry and beadwork. See our picks of your best options below.
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