jan. 28th, 2017
$95 plus supplies
*register by Jan 21st*
Modelling the Human Head
One day sculpting retreat
with Debora Cardaci
Join us for an amazing treat as we learn how to sculpt the human head from a live model with the incredibly talented artist Debora Cardaci
A demonstration by the instructor will precede each student’s own execution of a sculptural portrait from the live model. The students will be guided through the process according to their individual artistic vision and skill level. The topics covered will go from basic use of materials and tools to structure and proportions and study of individual facial features. .
This workshop is open to all levels of experience.
What you will need:
Buff Stone low fire clay. The box has 22 pounds. You will only need half so the box can be split and shared with someone else. Some simple tools will be needed as well, like a butter knife or sculpting tools if you have. Some tools will be supplied and explained upon registration
Place to buy the clay:
The Sounding Stone
104 Trottier Bay
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3T 3Y5
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
From a very young age Debora Cardaci was inextricably drawn into the miraculous world of art. Here she found release for her burning creative energy.
Throughout her life, Debora has always been inspired by the masters, spending time with their works at every opportunity while traveling throughout Europe and the U.S.
Her passion for the exploration of contrasting environments and cultures has broadened the scope of her work, adding a compelling depth and worldliness to her art. She could be from this or perhaps another era…..
Particularly attracted to expressive art and the sense of motion and emotion in a piece, her work is influenced by Rodin, Kathe Kollwitz, Ilya Repin,
Valentine Serov, Joaquin Sorolla, The Impressionists, the Expressionists and Abstract Expressionists.
She received her Masters of Fine Arts degree in 1992 from University of Fine Arts P. Pueyrredon, Buenos Aires. She then went on to teach art for
over two decades - both in the community and at the University of Arts in Buenos Aires.
Cardaci’s art continues to evolve. An accomplished painter, sculptor, illustrator and designer, she is always finding challenge and joy in experimentation with different media. Her works have been featured in galleries, (both solo and group shows), and in private collections in Canada, the U.S., Argentina, Uruguay, Italy, Spain, and the Czech Republic.
Born in Buenos Aires, with childhood years spent in the USA before returning to complete her education in Argentina, Debora Cardaci now lives and works in Canada.