A visually dynamic and extensive resource covering all sculpture media. Beginning Sculpture explores traditional sculpting methods as well as the latest tools and techniques. It covers a diverse range of media including wood, metal, stone, paper, clay and mixed media. Studios are designed to enhance student learning and nurture self-discovery. With an easy to follow format, students: * Learn the elements and principles of design and sculpture * Photographs and illustrations sequentially detail fundamental techniques and skills. * Examples of master artworks reflect diverse times and perspectives * Student create art and master concepts and skills through carefully crafted lessons
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Introduction to Sculpture
Becoming a Sculptor
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