NEW | Ceramic Marine Sculpture Workshop | Carol Hudson Art Est Art School and Gallery

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NEW | Ceramic Marine Sculpture Workshop | Carol Hudson

NEW | Ceramic Marine Sculpture Workshop | Carol Hudson

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Join artist and ceramicist Carol Hudson in this unique hand-building class. You will create a sculpture or functional vessel inspired by marine environments. No experience necessary! 

What to expect:

This is a two-part workshop held over two consecutive days. Your tutor, Carol Hudson, will help make your experience productive, rewarding and enjoyable.  

Day 1 : 11am – 2.30pm (3 hrs + ½ hr for lunch)
Morning session research, drawing and planning of work
Afternoon session preparing base, structure and beginning work. Carol will demonstrate some of her making techniques. Carol will give you hands on help and guidance and assist you in the making process.

Day 2 : 11am – 2.30pm (3 hrs + ½ hr for lunch)
Morning session Carol will give hands on help and guidance
Afternoon session finishing, refining and completion of works  

What will you achieve:

During this workshop, you will:
•    Create a beautiful and unique marine-inspired sculpture or vessel 
•    Learn Carol’s professional tips and tricks for working with clay and texture
•    Learn to design and plan your work
•    Learn sculptural hand-building techniques
•    Learn about surface texturing techniques
•    Learn from the best — Carol lives in Sydney, and has completed a research-based Master of Fine Art and a Master of Design at UNSWADA.

Carol’s art practice is based in drawing and ceramics, and is primarily concerned with human relationships with nature. She uses the intertidal zone as a metaphor for these uneasy relationships, and is interested in the interconnectedness of natural environments over the hierarchical human systems.

Is this course right for me?

This is a class for all levels.  No prior experience required.  

Materials list:

•    Bring your own small pottery knife or small fruit knife, and any carving tools you have. Also bring images of marine life and other marine inspired works.

•    All other materials are supplied for this workshop.

About studio classes

Our class sizes are small, ensuring you receive the individual tuition you need. We have a maximum of 12 students per class.

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