Clay Foundations Sculpture
Saturday course overview with Anna O’Neal.
This course teaches the basic clay techniques for sculpture, handbuilding and glazing.
25 July 2020
Max 8 students
This Term Three class is held on Saturday afternoons from 2.15pm–5.15pm for nine weeks. Starts Saturday 25 July and finishes on Saturday 19 September 2020.
For this course you will need:
Your toolkit, an apron, an old towel, a microfibre cloth or handtowel, a sponge and a notebook/art journal or your ideas. Clay and tools are available for purchase during class or at the shop.
Throughout the course Anna will help you to explore:
Anna will inspire you to let your creativity fly in this course.
She will give you the skills to make the handbuilt projects that are currently only in your head. Anna is an expert in building fun, fantasy creatures by embedding found objects into ceramics.
While sculpture is a focus of this course Anna will help you to make anything you are keen to make, from the functional to the fantastic. So bring along your wildest ideas, or your most delicate designs and Anna will help you bring them to life.
About the teacher
Anna is a ceramic sculptor whose focus lies in the creation of anthropomorphic creatures that blur the boundaries of human, animal and machine. Her contemporary sculptures embody human characteristics, each with their own personality. They are cartoon-like, comical and playful. In 2015 she graduated from the ANU with a Bachelor of Visual Arts in Ceramics and in 2016 was awarded a residency with Canberra Potters and started working with us shortly after.
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