Post 3: Workshop 1; Ceramic Heads

So last post was about the work I did on the large sculpture in early/mid June.  I ended up taking a break from that piece to go to a sculpture workshop in Silver Spring Maryland.  The workshop was on making ceramic animal heads with an artist named Lindsay Pichaske, and it was amazing.  From Monday…
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Post 2: The Start of Something Big

The second post in the saga of catching the blog up on what I’ve been up to so far.  The last post was about me planning out projects while I waited for tools and materials for larger armatures.  I decided that I wanted to make my sculpture fairly big, meaning that I needed something heavy duty.  I…
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Post 1: Maquettes and Planning

Hey all! I’m off to a bit of a late start with these posts, and this one’s gonna be a bit long, but I’ve been busy working on my thesis all summer.  I just got back from a workshop in Bennington (which I’ll talk about in a future post), and finally have some free time…
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Skin and Bones: A Sculptural Exploration of Change through Form and Structure

How does image and form combine with material to create a unified whole? This is the challenge of sculpture. Using the language of sculpture: its scale, its form, and its material I will work on a series of sculptures that address the ways in which all of these elements come together to create a cohesive…
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