Glazing & Painting Demo from Beth Lo.
Beth Lo was born on October 11, 1949 in Lafayette, Indiana, to parents who had recently emigrated from China. Much of Beth’s ceramic and mixed media artwork draws from themes of childhood, family, Asian culture and language. She received a Bachelor of General Studies from the University of Michigan in 1971, and then studied Ceramics with Rudy Autio at the University of Montana receiving her MFA in 1974. She assumed his job as Professor of Ceramics there when he retired in 1985, and has been twice honored with the University of Montana Provost’s Distinguished Lecturer Award, 2006 and 2010.
Learn How to Sculpt a Dog’s Head & Paws.
Description: Esther Shimazu has established herself as one of Hawaii’s best-known artists. She is best known for her stoneware sculptures of bald, nude, chunky Asian women constructed with hand-building techniques. In her demo, Shimazu will build an entire ceramic dog from start to finish.
Learn How to Sculpt a Head & the Nuts & Bolts of Hanging a Wall Piece
Description: In his demo, Arthur Gonzalez will do a little bit of everything – sculpt a hand or head, demonstrate how to hang pieces on walls, and answer a live Q & A. At the moment, Arthur is taking suggestions, so please feel free to email the gallery at email@example.com!
Arthur Gonzalez, one of the most established California sculptors today, is known for his juxtaposing incongruent and eccentric figures that evoke conflicting responses.
Learn How to Sculpt a Figure
Description: Master Sculptors Adrian Arleo & Michelle Gregor demonstrate the entire process of sculpting a life size female figure in clay. In this in-depth & unique lesson nothing will be omitted. You will learn everything from working with sculpting tool and clay, to measuring from the life model, to carrying the sculpture to a beautifully refined stage. You will learn the practical, nuts-and-bolts techniques needed to sculpt the figure in clay with confidence and a clear sense of artistic direction.