Air-Dry Clay – Sculpture Example #2
Air-dry clay works well for wall sculpture as it is lightweight and can be easily wired in place on a canvas or other object. As an example, my pair “Surf Goddess” and “Sun Goddess, show the Yin and Yang of surf and sun, cool and warm, realism and abstraction – these wall sculptures were purchased via auction by a collector.
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.