Model figures, animals or abstract forms using chicken wire and plaster. Continue reading “Plaster and Wire Sculpture”
In this course, we will follow the was of the Canadian Inuit:
“We, the Inuit are known for having a vision when working with stone. For instance, I can look at a piece of raw material and “see” something in it. Continue reading “Soapstone Carving”
Animals, the human figure, imaginary characters and monsters or even abstract shapes can be modelled out of clay. Forming clay by building up and taking away is an excellent method for learning to work in 3 dimensions. In this course, you will choose your subject, build up your clay and work towards creating your sculpture. Continue reading “Introduction to Clay Modelling”
The first 11thour took place on 11 October. It was a magical night. The horrendous showers didn’t dampen the spirit of the evening. There were performances, exhibitions, light shows and more at several venues in King’s Lynn.
We, cusp (Alison Dunhill, Lydia Haines, Helen Breach and Esther Boehm), ran a workshop at the Ceremony Room of Hanse House. Starting with organic, inorganic & found materials including bicycle parts. The first step was building a frame. Then things started to move up and out. Continue reading “Illusion of Motion?: CUSP @11thour in King’s Lynn”
Interview with Esther Boehm
HOW DID YOUR JOURNEY AS AN ARTIST START?
I used to draw and paint as a child, my father bought me painting by numbers and although I found the images very strange with their patches of paint, I loved the process and the little pots of colour; I also loved magic painting books though I longed for them to have stronger colours. Throughout my childhood, I was enchanted by illustrations from children’s books, (especially fairy tales and Mabel Lucie Atwell drawings ) and comics. Continue reading “IN CONVERSATION WITH THELMA CHAMBERS”