Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd March, 2017
Course fee £280
Homemade lunch and all materials included
10.00am – 4.00pm
Local sculptor Adam Roud has had many years’ experience sculpting both figurative, and abstract pieces. He has been widely exhibited in the area and beyond and this two-day course provides a great opportunity to learn about his craft. He is hugely enthusiastic and passionate about sharing his knowledge of the sculpting process so this promises to be a thoroughly stimulating and rewarding experience.
Students will be shown the fundamental skills and processes used in sculpting in clay. They will go through the initial measuring of the horse, looking at the space, scaling and the making of the armature. Working from images, students will focus on structure, form and proportion of the horse’s form. The course will also touch on the importance of expressing personal influence from the student’s perspective, so that each person can produce a piece reflecting their individuality.