Thursday, January 7, 2010

Weekend Sculpture Workshop Presented by Karen Murray

Sculpting figures is one of the oldest art forms in existence. Starting with sketching the model, participants will learn about facial structure and how to age and add expression to portraiture.
The 2 day workshop is suitable for beginners and even those who have never tried their hand at sculpture before. Accept the challenge if you are interested in improving your skills, or developing skills that can be applied to other aspects of your creative work.

All materials and firing included, bring your favourite modeling tools and an apron.
CSA Members : R800 Non members : R1000
Saturday 30 January and Sunday 31 January 2010
10am till 4pm at Colleen Lehmkuhl’s studio, 24 old Kilcullen Road, Bryanston.
Early booking essential as space is limited. Contact Cynthia McAlpine at email to reserve your place.

More about workshop facilitator Karen Murray ;
After studying Fine Art at the Durban Institute of Technology, Karen received her Fine Art Diploma in 1985. Karen has been involved in the Film and Television Industry for the past 22 years where in the Art Department her skills included Art Directing, Sculpting, Model making, Scenic Painting and Special Effects Make-up. Karen has worked on many International and Local Feature Films and Commercials. From 2000 to 2003 Karen was Head of the Art and Special Effects Make up Department at City Varsity Film, T.V. and Multimedia School in Cape Town. Karen received her Btech Degree in Ceramic Design at the University of Johannesburg in 2008. At the 2009 Gauteng Regional Ceramics exhibition, Karen received the Potters Supplies & Mail Order Award for her Bone China vessels.

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