Course Summary

This course introduces students to the basics of sculpture and various aspects of creating three dimensional work through a variety of materials. Full three dimensional and bass relief sculpture techniques will be demonstrated with clay, plasticine and wax so students can decide which technique and material they would like to work with. Some mould making techniques will be demonstrated also.

Students will need to bring to class photographic images of the subject they have chosen to sculpt. Portraits can also be chosen, or you can just use your imagination. The size of the work will be limited to forty centimetres in all directions.

 

Sculptor and Tutor Anna Meszaros

Anna Meszaros is the third generation sculptor in her family. Her grandfather, Andor Meszaros was a sculptor and her uncle is currently still working sculptor. After completing an honours degree in philosophy, she was trained by her uncle Michael Meszaros and has worked as a professional sculptor for over twenty years. She has permanent public works around Melbourne, has done work for the Royal Australian Mint and has work in many private collections and the Stockholm coin cabinet.

Course Sessions

Tuesday, 4th June - 4 classes


Session ID HXAS6202C
4 Jun - 25 Jun 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location CAE
Session Fees
$329 / $313 (conc)
Teacher

Students will need to bring to class photographic images of the subject they have chosen to sculpt. Portraits can also be chosen, or you can just use your imagination. The size of the work will be limited to forty centimetres in all directions.

Last updated: March 18, 2019 04:24pm