Air-Dry Clay – Sculpture Example #3
Abstract Figure Sculpture
Air-dry clay works well for abstract figures – unlike fired water-based clay, an internal wire armature can be permanently incorporated. As an example, see my sculpture “Shadow Spirit” below – purchased by a collector at last year’s Open Studios San Diego run by The Studio Door gallery.
As another example, “Willow Spirit”, curated by Sparks Gallery owner for exhibition in the PHYSIQUE show. Pictures of the sculpture detail show the metallic patina capabilities of the material.
Join us in this workshop of sculpting using high quality air-dry clay with the incorporation of found objects. It will take place at my San Diego Artist Retreat studio in Fallbrook next month.
Instructor: Julia S. Rasor, Sculptor
Location: San Diego Artist Retreat, De Luz Heights area of Fallbrook (directions provided to registered students)
Dates: 3 days: September 12, 13, 14, 2017
Instruction Time: 9:30am – 1:00pm
Materials: Materials are provided and tools loaned. Bring found objects to incorporate and to use as a base for your sculpture (optional).
Registration: Email Julia at email@example.com to receive a Registration Form. Receipt of a completed form and payment check will reserve your place in the workshop. Workshop Instructions will then be emailed to you. This will be a fairly small group of 7-9 students for maximum one-on-one interaction. A number of spaces are already taken. When the workshop is full, you will be placed on a waiting list, notified of any cancellations, and be among the first in line for the next workshop. Call Julia if you have any questions at 408-395-3335.
Students will incorporate their own found object artifacts into a one-of-a-kind figurative sculpture. All experience levels are welcome. Instruction is tailored to individual goals.