Botanical Clay Sculpture
Join ceramic artist Katie Spragg in this online masterclass exploring botanical sculpture.
Katie will help you to create beautiful plant-based sculptures, inspired by Unearthed: Photography's Roots. You'll learn clay modelling skills and come away with your own beautiful ceramic artwork and a set of tools to continue your clay making journey.
All experience levels are welcome, including complete beginners.
Katie Spragg is a ceramic artist and educator. She currently tutors on MA Ceramics & Glass at the Royal College of Art and runs Clay for Dementia at the Garden Museum. Her work is exhibited and held in collections internationally, including by Make, Hauser & Wirth Somerset and the V&A Museum.
The following materials are included in your ticket, which will be sent via post:
- 3kg of air-drying clay (cannot be fired)
- A set of plastic clay modelling tools
- 1 wooden dowel (to roll out your clay)
- 1 Wooden board
Optional materials to source yourself:
- 1 small, fine paintbrush
- 1 small sponge
- Wooden skewers and 2-3 cocktail sticks
- 1 small rock or bit of brick
- Leaves - flat ones with good texture underneath is best (sage leaves are particularly good)
- Thin lengths of wire
All materials are included. Please book by 9 July to ensure we can deliver your clay making kit to you in time for the event.
If booking after 9 July, you will need to source your own clay to participate in this workshop. You will receive your clay kit after the workshop date, which will help you to continue making Botanical Clay Sculptures at home.
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This event will take place on Zoom.