sculpture Archive

Artist Opportunities: July 9, 2013

See below for info on exhibits and studio space. You can view past opportunities posts by clicking the banner above. Good luck! Shapes at The Art League Deadline: July 12, 2013. Enter The Art League’s annual sculpture exhibit by this Friday at 6:00 pm! “Shapes” is digital entry only. To download the prospectus and Read more →

Take a Look Inside a Sculpture Class

If you’re still wondering what art class to take this summer, how about sculpture? We stopped by the Madison Annex on Saturday morning to ask the sculpture students what they’re making — watch the results above! This class, Wood and Stone Sculpture with George Tkabladze, is only one of our sculpture classes. Beginning/Intermediate Sculpture, Read more →

Now Open: A Treasure of An Exhibit

Noah Williams’ “One Man’s Trash” — creatures, masks, and more made from found metal and knickknacks — has been eliciting gasps since it opened Thursday morning. Get a sneak peek and hear the artist talk about his work in the video above. (Or watch it on YouTube here.) The large-scale sculptures, including an elephant, Read more →

Sculpture and ’Scapes, Now in the Gallery

You’ve read about them on DCist and the Huffington Post. You’ve seen some of the pieces on Flickr. Now come see everything for yourself! “’Scapes,” the annual landscape show, and “The Shape of Things,” a sculpture-only exhibit, are on view at The Art League Gallery through September 3. And tonight is the opening reception: Read more →

Sculpture Exhibit Opens Tomorrow

Tomorrow, “The Shape of Things” and “’Scapes” open in The Art League Gallery! Jurying for “’Scapes” is going on right now, but you can get a sneak peek of “The Shape of Things” right now on Flickr. 51 pieces were entered at 23 were accepted for the show, a sculpture-only exhibit juried by Mara Read more →

Q&A with Award Winner Josh Band

The third prize in this month’s “Bedtime Stories” exhibit went to Josh Band’s terra cotta sculpture, Egg Man. Juror Judy Greenberg said the sculpture’s form was both visually interesting and well-executed, working from all viewing angles and giving off a surrealistic quality. We asked Josh to tell us more about the piece. What was Read more →