Sculpture course

Colorbox Sculpture Course

Sculpture classes

Working in clay and plaster and many other mixed media, you will learn a range of techniques with the opportunity to explore your own creative project. The combination of clay and plaster opens up creative possibilities and offers a fun weekend at your own pace. This course is a great opportunity for all ages to discover and return to making 3¬ dimensional work and develop an individual approach. At Colorbox we will help you to explore the possibilities of modelling in clay and plaster. Taking inspiration from contemporary sculpture, work from found objects to develop your imagination, explore techniques of modelling, casting and transform forms according to your imagination.


Sculpture classes

Working in clay and plaster and many other mixed media, you will learn a range of techniques with the opportunity to explore your own creative project. The combination of clay and plaster opens up creative possibilities and offers a fun weekend at your own pace. This course is a great opportunity for all ages to discover and return to making 3-Dimensional work and develop an individual approach. At Colorbox we will help you to explore the possibilities of modelling in clay and plaster. Taking inspiration from contemporary sculpture, work from found objects to develop your imagination, explore techniques of modelling, casting and transform forms according to your imagination.


Sculpture classes

This class covers ways to use clay to create sculptures. Students create freestanding, handmade pieces using sculptural techniques, including coil building, form molding and carving and work with simple clay forms. They consider volume, weight, color, form, and texture while creating contemporary pieces. This class is often taken near the beginning of a sculpture program but after a design and beginning sculpture course.


Sculpture classes

Students examine the materials and processes for sculpting figures using a live model. They investigate clay sculpture techniques focused on tool use, armatures and anatomy and can explore their own individual styles. This course also teaches students the history of the human figure in art over time. Figurative sculpture classes can be taken by beginning students with no art background or as a continuation of art courses in a sculpture program.