DATE: Sat 12- Sun 13 March 2019
TIME: 9 am - 3 pm (with one hour lunch break).
WHERE: ClayLAB - Cheltenham, VIC
COST: AUD 450.00
demonstration workshops are limited to 12.
Join internationally acclaimed sculptor Sergei Isupov for an intensive 2 days demonstration exploring the sculpted form in clay and the painted surface.
First Day - hand building sculpture
Sergei will show students his various construction processes including slab construction techniques and secrets tricks.
Second Day - finish building sculpture and prepare for painting.
Sergei will demonstrate his painting techniques using various brushes, stains, slips and glazes.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or for more information. If you would like a phone call, please email your phone number and preferred time to receive a call.
The workshop fee is refundable until April 1st, less a $50 administrative fee. After April 1st, we do not offer a refund unless we are able to fill your slot with a participant from the waiting list. If we are able to replace you with a participant from the waiting list, a full refund may be issued, less a $50 administrative fee. This workshop will run pending a minimum enrolment.
Sergei Isupov lives and works in Cummington, Massachusetts with his wife, Kadri, and daughter, Roosi. Working full-time as an artist, he has a long, international resume with works included in numerous public collections and important exhibitions. His work is featured in multiple books, catalogs, and magazines, and also shared via workshops and lectures at museums, universities and art centers.
Isupov is known for his highly-detailed narrative, ceramic sculptures, which feature completely illustrated in-the-round- paintings. Isupov continues to explore opposites as themes in his work. Emotional exchanges between men and women allude to romance, an affair, or simply mystery. Our own imaginations are asked to fill in and finish the narrative using personal associations.