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Take a Look Inside a Sculpture Class

"Dragonfly" by William Pabst.

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, Metal Sculpture, Figure Sculpture, and more are starting later this month and continuing throughout the summer — here’s the full list in our catalog.

See below for more examples of sculpture students’ work from February’s Student/Faculty Show:

"Dragonfly" by William Pabst.
Dragonfly by William Pabst. William took Metal Sculpture with Brian Kirk.
"Distraction" by Laura Jamroz.
Distraction by Laura Jamroz. Laura took Figure Sculpture with Charles Johnson.
"Dark Beauty" by Glenn Mayerschoff.
Dark Beauty by Glenn Mayerschoff. Glenn took Wood & Stone Sculpture and can be seen in the video above working on a new sculpture in yellow cedar.
"Romantic Allusions" by sculpture instructor George Tkabladze.
Romantic Allusions by sculpture instructor George Tkabladze.

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