Charlotte teaches at Salisbury Arts Centre (SAC); Riverbourne Community Farm, Laverstock; the Forest Arts Centre, and from her workshop in Salisbury.
Contact Charlotte for information and bookings:
or 07770 380171
Where at Arts Centres, please book through the Centre involved, unless otherwise indicated.
COURSES ARE ON A ROLLING PROGRAMME- please say if you can't find the one you want!
ASK ABOUT BESPOKE WORKSHOPS FOR INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS!
Adults Sculpture Evening Class (Salisbury Arts Centre)
Thursday evenings, 6.45p.m.-9.15p.m.
£80 for 5, plus materials. Clay is £17 per bag and you'll need one for a portrait.
Next blocks runs 3rd, 10th, 17th November and 10th and 15th December 2016: Portrait Sculpture in Clay
Figure Sculpture in Clay will be running in February/March 2017
Working from life in clay, studying anatomy and expression as well as clay working techniques; and gaining inspiration from the work of respected sculptors past and present. You will have the opportunity to have your work fired at Salisbury Arts Centre.
www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk, 01722 321744
WIRE AND WILLOW ANIMALS, £50
Sunday 20th September, 10-4
PRINTMAKING DAY, £50
Saturday 31st October, 10-4
Sunday 13th November, 10-4
WILLOW REINDEER DAY, £50
Saturday 3rd December, 10-4
of materials is additional to the workshop cost
will be advised on what equipment to bring at the time of booking.
sessions are suitable for any level of experience from beginners to
drinks are provided; for day-long workshops please bring your lunch or buy locally.
tuition and additional sessions can be arranged to suit.
DETAILS OF ADULTS SCULPTURE COURSES
Short Course Details:
Other dates arranged on a rolling programme to suit individuals so please say if you are interested; others may be too!
An intense study from life aiming to develop an understanding of the structure of the head and learn something of the character of the sitter
A one-day session for those with some experience of creating a portrait head in clay.
Working from a life-model to scale, producing a clay figure and preparing it for firing or casting. Aiming to increase understanding of anatomy and expression.
Working with a life model and clay we'll look at some of the tricks used by the great master to add life and movement.
making an armature based on the skeleton, you'll make a lively scale-model
animal sculpture and build up in Plasticine.
Working from a life model to understand the structure of the human form and what is needed to give internal support to a sculpture
Use your own measurements to create a scale armature in aluminium wire and build up the surface in finer wire. A great way to contemplate identity!
Starting by making an accurate wire armature and building up with willow to make a lively animal figure
- Living Willow Animals for Gardens
Create life-sized beasts for the garden, as above. It is possible that the willow will take root and grow.
Working from life to produce relief sculptures in clay and prepare these for firing or casting
- Mouldmaking and Casting a Portrait Head
Using a plaster waste-mould to produce a cement model from a clay head.
You can download resource packs for some of
Charlotte's projects with Salisbury International Arts Festival's Nature
of Art Project here: