8 classes, plus open studio time
Instructor: Armando Guitérrez G.
Designed for horse lovers! The goal is to create a 1/6 scale horse sculpture in plasticene clay, suitable for molding and casting.
To achieve a good equine sculpture, it’s important to understand anatomy, the characteristics of the breed, and also to use practical knowledge of the horse’s behavior and personality.
We will study equine anatomy using a variety of study aids including 3-D models, hand-outs and books. Additional resources from participants are welcome.
Armature design and sculpting methods will also be covered.
Each student chooses a pose for their sculpture, whether standing, in motion, or an out-of-the-box expressive design.
All experience levels welcome. Limited to 10 Students.
Tuition $280,materials are separate. List will be provided
Ongoing - in 8-week sessions, plus open studio time.
Instructor: Lois Rhomberg
Students begin by making copies of plaster casts, and move on to working from a model.
This is an excellent way to study the anatomy of the human face and head! Great exercise for painters.
All experience levels welcome.
8 Tuesday evenings 7:00-10:00pm
Sculpt from the live model. There is no instructor - we work in a helpful, friendly environment so that we all grow in our sculpture practice and understanding of the human form.
If you are new to this, we will meet before the session starts to make sure you are set up with an armature, clay, tools, and an understanding of how to begin.