Sussex Sculpture Studios
Portrait in Clay session

Summer School 2018

DRAW BIG 

Tutor: Marji Talbot

Dates: June 18 -22      10am - 4pm 

£255 including paper and model fees

Life drawing or painting with a difference! If you enjoy life drawing and would like a challenge this is the course for you. Working life size over four days onto large sheets of Fabriano cartridge paper (suitable for both wet and dry media) you will be encouraged to produce one or more expressive drawings or paintings of the model. Experience of life drawing is necessary.


LIFE MODELLING IN CLAY 

Tutor: Andrew Brown     

Dates: June 25 - 29   10 am - 4 pm

5 days - £335  (includes all material and firing costs)

Class size: 11

Enjoy the challenges of working from the life model to produce up to 1/2 life size figures or smaller. Larger figures will be coil built without an armature allowing easy firing. This intensive course allows an opportunity for those with experience in modelling to push their work further, while the less experienced or complete beginner will be given plenty of guidance throughout. Work will be fired once dry to be collected at a later date.


GARDEN SCULPTURE 

Tutor: Marji Talbot/ Chaz Wyman

Dates: July 9 - 13    10am to 4pm

5 days - £375 (includes all materials)

Have fun creating a large weatherproof sculpture for your garden (figure, animal or abstract). Working from your own ideas, you will begin by constructing an armature cut and modeled in polystyrene, followed by a layer of jesmonite ( a fume free user friendly material). Working further with jesmonite to model surface forms and detail before colouring and sealing the finished piece.



PORTRAIT HEAD IN CLAY

Tutor: Hazel Reeves SWA FRSA

July 2 - 6  10 am to 4 pm

5 days   £355     Class size: 7

Fascinated with faces? Why not join us as we explore portrait sculpture over five days?  Work from life to create a lively portrait head. This course is suitable for all levels of experience. Hazel specialises in portrait sculpture and is an elected member of the Society of Women Artists and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts





    

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