Sculpture is always three-dimensional, always has a point-of-view, and always expresses something from within the artist. Our sculpture classes are designed to let students explore the infinite possibilities of three-dimensional media. Work in traditional media like stone, clay, glass, wood, and metals. Or explore recycled, reclaimed, or unconventional materials as media. Discover your individual process and gain deep understanding of technique as you create meaningful art.
This workshop will explore the use of wire and plaster bandage to create simple sculptural forms, and finishing the works in encaustic. You ... More »
Investigate “the found object” working with two-and/or three-dimensional formats. Students will learn how to incorporate mixed media ma... More »
Encaustic painting, also called painting with wax, is an ancient medium of beeswax, damar resin and pure pigment recognized for its visually... More »
Learn the basic jewelry fabrications skills to create a ring, earrings, pendant, or bracelet using semi-precious stones and sterling silver.... More »
In addition to two courses on how to use color, artist Deborah Kapoor will teach courses in Encaustic Sculpture and in Found Object & Assemblage this quarter. Read more. . .