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Levels: B = Beginner, I = Intermediate, A = Advanced

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Sculpting the Figure
November 3-7, 2014 (9am-4pm) — The focus of this five-day workshop is interpreting the human form in plasteline clay, in an accurate and powerful way. Sculpting techniques, tools, anatomy, proportion and composition are considered, as they relate to developing a consistent, masterful process. Edward Eyth provides artists with insights attained throughout his extensive career as artist, designer, college instructor and over his five years as director of the Richard MacDonald Master Workshops. Discussions and comprehensive demonstrations provide participants with methods for genuine artistic advancement. Working from a live model each day, students will work on multiple poses. Intermediate through professional artists are encouraged to attend. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Edward Eyth, www.edwardeyth.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $650 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Sketches in Clay
November 6, 2014 — Join us for a figurative sculpting workshop with water based clay using a live model. Adam will demonstrate the techniques he uses when creating his miniature 'sketches' of the figure in clay. Perfect for the beginning figure sculptor or for anyone who wants uninterrupted time to sculpt from a model. Participants will learn about: techniques for sculpting figures, using a model as reference, capturing the gesture in clay, composition, and expression. We will concentrate on creating several sitting and reclining figure sketches from 3-5 inches tall. Learning to work with multiples in this scale allows people to become less attached to their process and will help them to more easily discover the qualities that bring 'life' to their sculptures. Visit website


Location: Sedona, AZ
Instructor: Adam Schultz
Sponsor: Sedona Arts Center
Cost: $175 (Includes Models Fee, Clay and Firing Fee)
Email: Vince Fazio
Phone: 928.282.3809 or 888.954.4442

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Intermediate Level

Glass Houses: Kiln Forming 3-D Designs
November 7-9, 2014 (9:30 am - 3 pm) — Take the next step in kilnformed/fused glass and work three dimensionally. In this workshop we'll create one-of-a-kind glass house panels with printed images on each side. After fusing and cold working the panels, we'll connect them to make a free standing sculpture. Bring the photos that make your house a home and together we'll screen print those onto your house! Be abstract, be folksy, be modern, be sentimental, it's your chance to design your own glass house! Visit website


Location: Bulverde-San Antonio, TX
Instructor: Gail Stouffer
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $218 - includes all materials and supplies
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: 830-438-1884

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Figurative Sculpture with Raku Finish
November 7-9, 2014 — Lorri's three-day workshop will present participants with a new way of working with clay. Using fiberclay (regular ceramic clay with special fibers added to it), she teaches skills and techniques that encourage fragile and elongated forms that are often regarded as impossible to make and fire. The class will culminate in an actual raku firing during which your piece will be fired so that you will leave class with your finished sculpture. Fun, hands-on and experimental, Lorri will teach you the concepts and techniques and then allow you to 'go for it', opening your mind to a new way of working with clay. Visit website


Location: Sedona, AZ
Instructor: Lorri Acott, www.lorriacottfowler.com
Sponsor: Sedona Arts Center
Cost: $425 (Includes a $25 Firing Fee)
Email: Vince Fazio
Phone: 928.282.3809 or 888.954.4442

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Intermediate Level

Nuno-Felted Lantern Shades
November 15, 2014 (10am-1pm) — Each student will create 2 frosted lantern shades (approximately 7" and 4" tall), using traditional (wet) and nuno felting techniques. These dainty shades make unique decorations or centerpieces. Wool roving, yarn and doilies will be used to create your very own shades. Bring your own doilies if you would prefer. All materials will be provided. Just bring your imagination, a passion to create and any photos or images to help inspire you. Class suitable for ages 8-88. Visit website


Location: Ventura, CA
Instructor: Sara Smelt
Sponsor: Red Brick Gallery
Cost: $57 includes supplies
Email: Jen or Phyllis
Phone: 805-643-6400

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Advanced Level

Sculpting in Alabaster
November 17-21, 2014 — Through demonstration and one-on-one attention this workshop will guide you to completing an alabaster stone sculpture. The workshop will be appropriate for professional artists as well as beginners. Subject matter could be a bust, animal, still-life, or bas-relief. Quarried alabaster stone, approximately 14" high, will be provided and students will be able to choose the stone appropriate to their theme. If possible, participants should bring their own Dremel tools. They should also bring a block of oil-based clay, approximately 5" X 3" X 3", to use for a maquette. The class will also include some history of stone carving and Native American design influences in stone carving. Safely goggles, masks, gloves and ear plugs will be provided. Visit website


Location: Sedona, AZ
Instructor: Alvin Marshall
Sponsor: Sedona Arts Center
Cost: $600
Email: Vince Fazio
Phone: 928.282.3809 or 888.954.4442

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Intermediate Level
Advanced Level

Putting the Horse in Action
November 17-21, 2014 (9am-4pm) — This workshop will give the student tools to sculpt the horse with greater strength. We will explore composition and bringing the sculpture to an expression of what you want to say in the piece rather than just an accurate model. Topics covered will include: proper proportion and how to achieve it, how to express the fleshy and bony parts of the horse; the way the rhythms of the horse's body are made and how to keep them throughout the piece. We will look at how the horse moves and expresses himself. Special attention will be paid to composition and how to make the piece come to life. We will build on the fundamentals of mass, texture, light and design. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Curt Mattson, www.curtmattson.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $625
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Modeling Dogs from Life
December 8-12, 2014 (9am-4pm) — Dogs will be brought into the studio for this workshop. Rod's sculpting techniques and philosophies will be discussed in length, along with professional marketing strategies. Students will learn to build fast, effective armatures to model quickly and confidently from live models. Rod's modeling techniques, based on his unique preparation and proporting method, will allow students to work fast and accurately, creating expressive clay models which are fundamentally truthful and honest to nature. Students can expect to complete between one and three (depending on experience) clay models suitable for casting in bronze. Rod is an elected professional member of the National Sculpture Society, and has won numerous awards from the organization for his expressive animal sculptures. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Rod Zullo, www.rodzullo.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $600
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Intermediate Level
Advanced Level

The Art of the Portrait
January 12-16, 2015 (9am-4pm) — There are many approaches to portrait sculpture. This class is a gestalt approach that employs many theories and techniques. Structure and anatomy will be reviewed but the emphasis will be Learning 'how to see' and assimilate. The final effort will be to attain that which is the most beguiling... 'A psychological presence'. We will work from live models, and also from photos. Students are encouraged to bring photos and or digital images. Eugene Daub is the sculptor of the Rosa Parks sculpture recently unveiled in Statuary Hall in the Capital in Washington DC. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Eugene Daub, www.dfsculpturestudios.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $725 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

Intermediate Level
Advanced Level

Sculpting the Figure
January 19-23, 2015 (9am-4pm) — Vala Ola will take you through the process of creating a figurative sculpture that is suitable for casting in bronze. The clay figure will be one-third life size in a creative pose. The focus will be on anatomy, curves and planes, bone structure, ribcage, contraposto, and face. A day devoted to the head. Special focus on: eyes, lips, hair, and tips on achieving likeness using calipers. Hands and feet will be addressed. Fleshy forms vs. defined muscles, using shadows, points of interest, leading the eye around, texture, lost edges, and drapery will also be discussed. Tools to use, how to create textures. Composition, communicating emotion. The final result will be a beautiful anatomically correct figure, compositionally strong, and emotionally engaging. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Vala Ola, www.valaola.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $650 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Advanced Level

Bird Sculpture
January 24-28, 2015 (9am-4pm) — Scott will begin the workshop with a discussion about bird anatomy, aerodynamics and achieving the illusion of movement of birds in flight. She will also discuss the difference between a technically adequate piece of work and one with spirit and life. She will emphasize the value of lost and found edges and how good composition and an expressive surface convey a feeling of movement, rhythm, light and emotion. Students will learn the importance of assembling strong, meaningful shapes and how eliminating unimportant details can create the essence of the bird. Students will work from photography, drawings, taxidermy mounts and videotapes of birds in flight. Instruction includes building bird armatures. Above all, movement, gesture, and anatomy are the focus. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Sandy Scott, www.sandyscott.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $600
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Intermediate Level
Advanced Level

Portrait Sculpture Intensive
February 3-6, 2015 (9am-4pm) — This workshop is an opportunity for artists to sculpt a life-size portrait in clay, working directly from the model. Designed for all levels of ability, Rick Casali's innovative teaching style embraces the French concept of "secret figure" - a knowledge/concept approach to understanding the Portrait. This unique 4 day workshop will consist of daily sculpture demos by Casali covering proportion, pose, geometric planes, and the anatomy of the eyes, nose, mouth, ears, and the forms of the hair. Thorough measurements of each model will be recorded as a reference. Students will have their choice of a male or female model. Recommended for portrait painters, sculptors, illustrators, and computer animators. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Rick Casali, www.rickcasali.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $550 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

Intermediate Level

Glass Houses: Kiln Forming 3-D Designs
February 6-8, 2015 (9:30 am - 5:00 pm) — Take the next step in kiln formed/fused glass and work three dimensionally. In this workshop we'll create one-of-a-kind glass house panels with printed images on each side. After fusing and cold working the panels, we'll connect them to make a free standing sculpture. Bring the photos that make your house a home and together we'll screen print those onto your house! Be abstract, be folksy, be modern, be sentimental, it's your chance to design your own glass house! Visit website


Location: Fort Worth, TX
Instructor: Gail Stouffer
Sponsor: Sinaca Studios
Cost: $359.74 - includes all materials and supplies
Email: Heidi Childers
Phone: 817-889-0024

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Intermediate Level
Advanced Level

Sculpting the Figure
February 9-13, 2015 (9am-4pm) — This workshop consists of day-to-day instruction and demonstrations in modeling the figure with water-based clay. You will have the opportunity to work with a live model all five days while learning anatomy, proportions, and composition along with being introduced to special sculpting techniques and tools in the making of your figurative sculpture. During this workshop, you will learn two different methods for making a clay figure. One method is making your sculpture with a wire armature and the other method is creating your work of art in the traditional terracotta method using no armature. There will be individual attention given to each student. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Ann Rosow-Lucchesi, www.annrosowlucchesi.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $600 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

Intermediate Level

Glass Platters: Pot Melts and Pattern Bars
February 11, 12, 25 & 26 (9:30 am - 5:00 pm) — In this exciting course students will spend 4 sessions learning to create progressive pattern bars and the spectacular pot melt! Each component will then be used as a centerpiece in two stunning glass platters. Students will gain the knowledge of set up and layout in the kiln, firing schedules and programming the kiln, building dams, cold working glass and slumping. Some glass fusing experience is required. Visit website


Location: Bulverde, TX
Instructor: Gail Stouffer
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $295
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: (830) 438-1884

Beginner Level

Cast Glass Flowers
February 15, 2015 (9:30 am -5:00 pm) — This easy one day class will expose you to the basics of color casting with glass powder and frit. Use this technique to achieve jaw dropping results that rival spring time in the Texas hill country as you learn how to create cast glass flowers in almost any color under the sun. This is a fun 1 day workshop for both new and experienced fusers. No previous glass experience required. Students will learn how to select and care for molds. They will mix and measure glass frit or powders based on their color selection and learn how to fill the mold to achieve beautiful results that require little to no additional finishing work. Visit website


Location: Bulverde, TX
Instructor: Nicole Lozano
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $134
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: (830) 438-1884

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Advanced Level

Terracotta Sculpture
February 16-20, 2015 (9am-4pm) — This workshop will consist of day-to-day instruction in modeling with water-based clay. During the course of this workshop, you will make a portrait, a figure and a bas relief. Students will be introduced to various tools and materials used in terracotta sculpting techniques through basic principles. There will be instructor demonstrations and individual attention. Bruno Lucchesi's is a world-renowned sculptor. His works are part of many museum collections: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of the City of New York, Brooklyn Museum, Dallas Museum, and the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Washington Museum amongst others. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Bruno Lucchesi, www.brunolucchesi.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $995 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

Intermediate Level
Advanced Level

The Dynamic Figure through Drawing and Ecorche
March 9-13, 2015 (9am-4pm) — This class, inspired by the great tradition of anatomical study, explores the intricacies of the human figure by working in both drawing and sculpture. One half of the workshop is devoted to ecorche sculpture stressing the particular relationship of muscle and bone. The main muscles of the body are explained using clay in order to understand their character and how they influence the surface form. The other half of the workshop focuses on classic red chalk drawing with an emphasis on the dynamic potential of the human form along with an exploration of drawing technique and style. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Robert Liberace, www.robertliberace.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $825 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Intermediate Level

Casting Glass - Dimensional Sculpture
March 13-15, 2015 (9:30 am -5:00 pm) — In this three-day workshop we'll cast our own three-dimensional art glass sculpture. We will sculpt in clay; use mold making materials and techniques to create refractory molds; and measure, cut and stack glass for our specific molds. Learn about the special considerations that go into a glass casting firing schedule, including how to heat, cool and anneal thick blocks as well as uneven thicknesses of glass. This class is open to beginning glass students as well as experienced fusers. The instructor will work with each individual student to ensure your project can be executed successfully. Start thinking three dimensionally, get just a little dirty and have a whole lot of fun making your own art glass sculpture! Visit website


Location: Bulverde, TX
Instructor: Nicole Lozano
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $425
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: (830) 438-1884

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Modeling the Horse from Life
March 23-27, 2015 (9am-4pm) — Students will spend the week modeling a horse from life. Students will be taught to make a fast, effective armature that will give them the foundation to complete a clay model of a horse during the workshop. Rod will teach an accurate way of proporting based on his own method which he has successfully used to create award winning horse sculptures. Students can expect to complete a clay model during the week. Zullo's methods, philosophies and concepts will also be discussed. All students are welcome, from the beginner to advanced. This workshop will be primarily outdoors sculpting horses from life, both on Scottsdale Artists' School property, and on location (30 minute drive). Transportation is necessary. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Rod Zullo, www.rodzullo.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $600 + $50 horse fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Figurative Sculpture
March 30 - April 3, 2015 (9am-4pm) — Try your hand at life size figure sculpting, by starting with a torso or portrait (other options available). We will work from a life model, introducing classical techniques as you build from the armature out. Daily PowerPoint sessions guide you through The Drawing in Space Method of Sculpting, along with 30 hours of model time, instruction, and personalized critiques from Karen Cope. You have the option to work life size or smaller (full figure, torso, portrait, quick sketch in clay) during this intensive week long pose. Painters, sculptors, and drawers alike walk away with a new understanding of how the Form Turns, Anatomy, and Sneaking Up to Skin, that will take your work to a new dimension. All levels of experience welcome. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Karen Cope, www.copestudios.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $600 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Intermediate Level

Kiln Carving in the Mirror
April 4, 2015 (9:30 am - 5:00 pm) — In this exciting workshop we will design and create bas relief textures and patterns using fiber paper to form impressions in glass. Students will make art glass frames using this technique which can be attached to a mirror to create a stunning one of kind design element. We'll then learn how to safely and effectively attach your completed glass frame to a mirror, and discuss available hanging options. Visit website


Location: Bulverde, TX
Instructor: Nicole Lozano
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $149
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: (830) 438-1884

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One Way Trip to Composing Sculpture
April 6-10, 2015 (9am-4pm) — Composition is often mistaken for design: Designing is thoughtfully organizing placement; it requires an experienced, educated, intelligent eye, taste and a certain elegance. Composing is none of the above, it's transcending the raw experience and observation, living it all again in a new, unknown form. Composing is a much more carnal, visceral, unruly process; whereas design is much more planned, logical and ruled. Making the block of clay exude emotions is composing - that is the art of sculpting. In this class, we will work with wet clay (water based clay). We will observe the model and sculpt what we have not seen before. We will breathe emotions into the clay. We will experience sculpting. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Simon Kogan, www.simonkogan.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $650 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

Intermediate Level

Sculptural Glass with Imagery
April 16-19, 2015 (9:30 am -5pm) — The focus of this workshop is on the development and printing of images in tall, transparent, slab sculptures. Students will learn screen-printing, powder applications, and direct painting techniques to apply their imagery to multiple layers of glass. The image layers will then be fired, stacked, and fired again to create tall thick slabs of transparent glass. The slabs will then be cut, ground, polished and mounted on steel bases. In addition, students will experience effective kiln casting and cold working techniques. Each student will cut, grind and polish their pieces, and learn how to create and mount their base pieces. Some fusing experience is necessary to participate, but advanced skills are not required to be successful! Visit website


Location: Bulverde, TX
Instructor: Gail Stouffer
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $295
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: (830) 438-1884

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Guided Freedom of Self-Expression
April 20-24, 2015 (9am-4pm) — This "casually intense" workshop includes the traditional basics such as anatomy, composition, proportion, building your own armatures, etc. The instruction is set up in such a way to give the greatest amount of individual freedom for every student to pursue their own strongest interest. This includes their choice of subject matter and size they wish to work. Although accuracy of anatomy and proportion is discussed, the greater emphasis is on allowing individual uniqueness to blossom...often in spite of how things "technically" are. This technique is used to help release the "aesthetic power" that resides in everyone. Guided freedom of self-expression is the essence of this workshop...whether working realistically or abstractly. Lincoln is especially gifted at gently pushing each student along their chosen path. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Lincoln Fox, www.lincolnfox.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $650 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Concrete: Not Just For Sidewalks Anymore!
April 22-23, 2015 (9:30 am -5:00 pm) — Join us for two full days with Master Artist Robert Dancik as he introduces us to a new and exciting concrete material developed especially with artists in mind. As unlikely as concrete for jewelry may seem, it is easy to use, extremely versatile, unbelievably inexpensive and.... surprisingly lightweight. In fact, it is lighter in weight than stone, resin or metal of comparable size and this makes it perfect for jewelry and other forms of personal adornment as well as small sculpture and utilitarian objects. Don't miss this opportunity to learn and play with one of the most innovative artists and instructors working today! Visit website


Location: Bulverde, TX
Instructor: Robert Dancik
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $399
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: (830) 438-1884

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No Bones About It! with Robert Dancik
April 24-25, 2015 (9:30 am - 5:00 pm) — Join Master Artist Robert Dancik for a hands-on and extensive two-day workshop exploring Faux Bone, a new, friendly, and extremely versatile material. Faux Bone can be cut, and carved, sawn and sanded. It can be filed, hammered, polished, drilled, and painted. A full range of color can also be applied to your Faux Bone work using a variety of materials and techniques. You can heat and bend it with nothing more than a small embossing heat-gun. It is so strong you can rivet on it, die form right into it, or hammer metal around it. Come and learn how this wonderfully versatile material and these widely applicable techniques will help add depth and breadth to your creative pursuits. Visit website


Location: Bulverde, TX
Instructor: Robert Dancik
Sponsor: Roadhouse Arts
Cost: $399.00
Email: Gail Stouffer
Phone: (830) 438-1884

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Forensic Facial Reconstruction Sculpture
May 4-8, 2015 (8:30am-4:30pm) — This hands-on workshop presents the forensic technique of sculpting a face based on the bony architecture of the skull. Attendees learn step-by-step procedures for creating an accurate skull-to-face likeness along with the placement and function of head and neck muscles. Participants will build musculature and facial features using oil-based plastilene clay. Anatomical skull models are provided for in-class use only. We will work on identical skull castings to incorporate elements of the Anatomical and the Tissue Depth Facial Reconstruction approaches using a Combination Method. Upon completion of the sculptures, attendees will see and compare an actual life photo of the deceased person whose skull they have reconstructed. This workshop benefits both technical and fine artists who deal with the human face. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Karen T. Taylor, www.karenttaylor.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $950
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Bas Relief
May 8-16, 2015 (9am-4pm) — Bas-relief is something we handle every time we put a coin in our hand. The images on coins are bas-reliefs as are the magnificent sculptures in the friezes on the ancient greek buildings. Bas-relief is an exciting, fascinating and varied form of sculpture, and is somewhat like drawing and painting as it begins with a flat surface of clay and can be built up according to the subject and the artist's imagination. Students may bring simple images if they wish and set-ups will also be ready subject matter for bas-reliefs. In this class students will create two bas-reliefs. They will be dried and fired and the following week we will patina the fired clay so we will have a completely finished sculpture. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Susan Henningsen
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $300
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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3-Day Sculpture Workshop
June 10-12, 2015 (9am-4pm) — This workshop focuses on developing individual aesthetic skills while using Super Sculpey polymer clay. This course introduces technical skills while sampling various aspects of 3-dimensional art. During these sessions, students will create a minimum of three sculptures to present to the class and take home at the end of the workshop. Emphasis is placed on observational skills, understanding the techniques and value of critiquing 3-dimentional work, and developing ideas for current and future projects. This course is particularly valuable to 2-dimensional artists who have had trouble in creating 3-dimensional work. We go through the concepts of "seeing" 2-dimensionally and "creating" 3-dimensionally. Visit website


Location: Coupeville, WA
Instructor: Lew Aytes, lewaytes.com
Sponsor: Pacific Northwest Art School
Cost: $395; Material Fee: $25
Email: Pacific Northwest Art School
Phone: 360-678-3396, Toll-Free: 1-866-678-3396


Online | Rey Bustos 3D Anatomy - Ecorché | Self-Study
Online - 10 week course — Rey Bustos is one of the leading artistic anatomists in the country today! He is known for his lively and passionate lectures. This 10-Week course was pre-recorded at LAAFA with Rey lecturing to the students enrolled in his 3D Anatomy-Ecorché class. This course is shot with multiple cameras in high definition full 1080p HD. This is an intense, hands-on approach to learning the body - a necessity for any artist concerned with learning accurate anatomical representation. You will receive 10-Weeks of lectures and demonstrations, 10 Master Drawing and bonus lectures, plus a 3-month subscription to OnlineLifeDrawing.com which allows you to receive visual references from any figurative image in 360-degree angles, with just the click of a mouse (A $50 Value). Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Rey Bustos
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Arts
Cost: $495
Email: Holly-Olin Miller
Phone: (818) 708-9232

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