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Upcoming Workshops

Jan Rosetta using Glyptic tool on 2AB200 Classic Clay/Brown/Firm - Mel Schockner photo
Jan Rosetta

Reservations are now being taken for the below workshops.

Philippe Faraut Portrait Sculpting Seminar: Sept 15th, 16th and 17th, 2017 9 am - 4 pm daily Fri-Sun
Birds in Sculpture with Sandy Scott, FNSS: Nov 6th-10th
All workshops are held at the Sculpture Depot facility located in Loveland Colorado unless noted.

Reserve Your Space Online or
Call 800-260-4690 For More Information

Philippe Faraut Portrait Sculpting Seminar
Sept 15th, 16th and 17th, 2017 9 am - 4 pm daily Fri-Sun
This seminar includes lectures emphasizing bone structure and discussions on expression and ethnicity. Three days are spent working on sculpting exercises in water-based clay with step-by-step, one to one instruction which will assist students in understanding the intricacies of modeling the human face.

Though participants are welcome to keep any projects worked on during the seminar, the goal is not to work toward the completion of a single finished piece but rather to provide students the opportunity to experiment on numerous small studies.

For more information or to view Philippe Faraut's work, visit
$595 / $150 Non-Refundable, Non-Transferable Deposit

Maximum 18 Attendees

The class is now full.
If you would like to be added to the waiting list send us an email or give us a call.
Sept 15th, 16th and 17th, 2017  9 am - 4 pm daily Fri-Sun
Birds in Sculpture with Sandy Scott, FNSS
Nov 6th-10th
The class begins with a discussion of bird anatomy, the principles of aerodynamics, and how to achieve the illusion of movement in sculptures of birds in flight. Students will learn how to construct an armature for blocking in birds in flight.

Sandy will help students determine the difference between a sculpture that is technically adequate and one that has spirit and life. All aspects of modeling in oil based clay will be explored and beginning students are welcome.

Students will learn the importance of assembling strong, meaningful shapes and how eliminating unimportant details can create the bird's essence. Students will work from photography, drawings, field guides, and videotapes of birds in flight.

Above all armature building, assembling reference for a specific species, aerodynamics, anatomy, and creating art is the focus. Sandy has instructed bird sculpture for over 30 years and is recognized as one of America's leading wildlife artists.

Non-refundable $150 deposit required.

List of Supplies
Nov 6th-10th

Glyptic Tools