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The Art of Sculpting the Torso with Jim Lee
Event ID: 187429
July 01, 2017 -
July 22, 2017
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Clay Arts Studio
808 Lincoln Way
Downstairs at the ARTS Building
Auburn, CA 95603
The Art of Sculpting
Sculptor / Instructor
Artist in Residence at General Gomez
GENERAL GOMEZ ARTS & EVENTS CENTER
CLAY ARTS STUDIO / JCLEE STUDIOS (lower level)
See: "TESTIMONIALS" on my website at WWW.CLAYHEADSCULPTURES.COM
At the time of sign-up, the entire tuition is required of which, $100 is non-refundable. Two weeks prior to the start date of the first of three sessions, the balance ($150) becomes non-refundable. Of course, if I have to cancel the class for whatever reason, the entire amount is refundable or can be transferred to another class.
Limited class size
20 hours (split into 3 sessions) of hands-on instruction on sculpting a portrait bust in water base clay - from armature to completion.
This workshop was based around the use of precise measurements which helped achieve a solid structure of a human torso. This method was developed to help eliminate some of the common mistakes and build an understanding of the human anatomy. From there, we added the muscles individually. The purpose of this is to emphasize the importance of bony landmarks, the relationship between the skull, rib cage and pelvis and the placement of the muscles. This class is very educational and fun!
Session One - Saturday, July 1st - 9:00am - 5:00pm
Session Two - Sunday, July 2nd - 9:00am - 5:00pm
Session Three - Saturday, July 22nd - 9:00am - 1:00pm
Clay, Armature and Tools with be provided for class use.
Please call or email Jim Lee at 916-878-0993 or firstname.lastname@example.org
See: www.clayheadsculptures.com for more information.
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