sculpture Archive

Q&A with Award Winner Tatyana Schremko

If you’ve been to the Torpedo Factory, you probably remember seeing sculptures like the one above in the studio of sculptor Tatyana Schremko, towering over you at seven feet tall. Standing at a less formidable 14 inches and carved from maple, Schremko’s Sweet Vidalia won the Bertha G. Harrison Award for Figurative Sculpture in Read more →

Nelson Mandela Sculpture by League Artist Heads to Embassy

Art League member Paula Stern's bust of Nelson Mandela is now headed to the Embassy of South Africa in DC. Read more →

Sculpture Class Finale

Last week was the end of Fall classes here at The Art League School, which also meant it was time for my latest artistic venture to come to a close. Read more →

You’re the Artist! Happy Trails to Sculpture Instructor Chuck Johnson

After more than 18 years of challenging students to “dare to be great” in his Art League sculpture classes, Charles “Chuck” Johnson has retired at the end of the fall 2013 term. Read more →

Sculpture Class: What We’re Up To

I'll share my finished sculpture in a post next week, but today, I thought I'd fill you in on what some of the other students in my class are doing. Read more →

Peter Bottger on Rodin’s “The Walking Man”

Peter Bottger — sculptor, Art League instructor, and Corcoran College of Art & Design adjunct faculty — is giving a talk on Auguste Rodin's The Walking Man as part of the Hirshhorn's Friday Gallery Talks. Read more →