Clay Life Modelling Weekend with Karin Ort, 25/26 November

Clay Life Modelling Weekend with Karin Ort, 25/26 November

With step-by-step tuition from Karin Ort, make a clay sculpture based on one of our life models.

Karin will guide you through the process of clay modelling; explaining how to handle & control the clay, get your proportions right and finish the piece in preparation for firing.

Perfect for the complete novice and experienced artists alike, you can work in a realistic or abstract manner and interpret what you see in your own particular way. Once finished the piece will be dried out and fired in one of our kilns.

Karin has an exceptional eye for detail and is able to guide and encourage students through to reaching their creative potential.

This  weekend course includes:

  • Inspiring and expert teaching from Karin Ort
  • Step-by-step guidance covering…
  • How to build reclined, seated or standing figures sculptured in clay 
  • The importance of keen observation of the human figure in making your sculpture
  • How to create lively and expressive figures – as figurative or abstract as you like!
  • Mutual support from your fellow makers – and plenty of tea and coffee breaks

The price for this weekend course is £150

Book Now! Simply complete the booking form on this page.

Price includes model, clay and firing costs.

Suitable for?

Anyone regardless of experience – we generally limit the age to 14 years old+ though.

What is included in the price?

  • Two full days teaching (10am-4pm-ish)
  • Clay* and firing
  • Tea, coffee, biscuits/cakes
  • Use of a beautiful, purpose built art studio with all the equipment & materials you will need
  • Beautiful countryside setting
*the tutor reserves the right to add a surcharge if the artist chooses to work much larger than is typical for the course

This course is for you if:

  • You want to explore your creativity but lack the confidence to do so on your own
  • You want to get away from it all and immerse yourself in a fun, creative environment
  • You want to experiment in clay but aren’t interested in pottery
  • You have tried drawing and want to get your hands dirty!
  • You think you can’t “do art” but want to have a go

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