Clay Modelling Evening Class

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Clay Modelling Evening Class

170.00

At Powderhall Bronze with Sculptor Alan Beattie Herriot

Wednesdays 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th Nov 2019

From 6 – 9 pm

£170

This course has an open format so students can choose the subject matter for their clay project. Sculptor Alan Beattie Herriot will be leading this class and supporting students to make a clay model on a wire armature. Examples of previous student works include; a Portrait head, a Standing or Reclining Figure or an Animal.

Please bring along sketches or photographs of what you would like to make to discuss with the tutor at the first session. The teaching will focus on anatomy, proportion, scale and balance and will be adapted to each individual project.

This course is open to beginners and experienced sculptors and places are limited to 10. All materials are provided and there is a fully equipped tea room for breaks.

All works produced will be suitable for casting into resin or bronze and there will be a 15% discount on any foundry services for students who want to have their work cast. Students are welcomed to finish their clay models at the foundry if they don’t complete within the course hours.

Alan Beattie Herriot is an accomplished draughtsman and realist sculptor who makes large scale figurative sculptures in clay for bronze monuments. He has work sited throughout the U.K. including Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh and Aberdeen University.

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