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Phoenix, AZ Sculpture Lessons

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About Sharron J.

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Brooklyn, MD

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I've sculpted in water-based and oil-based clay. Clay is actually my first love. There is nothing like getting your hands dirty and feeling your creation come alive with your hands.
Students will learn how to build an armature, positioning, posing, creating a scene, showing expressions and emotions.

The most fabulous thing about being an artist is that boundaries regarding creativity are non-existent. The artist is always in a state of learning.

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About Sharron
My resume includes graduating from the Baltimore School for the Arts and continued studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art until I decided I didn’t want to be a “Starving Artist”. So, I gradu
ated from the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration with a minor in Human Resources Management. My education also includes 27 graduate credits that were leading to a Master’s in Public Administration when I decided to discontinue that path. After twenty-five years in the public sector, I decided to revisit my passion for art in my spare time. As a youngster, I remember wanting to teach art in schools, but I did not want the restrictions that are present in the classrooms and more so today. All forms of art is a freeing practice that is practiced and developed over time.
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Sophia W. January 5, 2019
· Acrylic Painting · Online
Sophia said, You are the best art teacher I’ve ever had!” She is excited for future lessons.
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Ayanna January 4, 2019
· Acrylic Painting · Online
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Jess January 8, 2018
· Watercolor Painting · In studio
Highly recommend! Sharron is very talented and encompasses many different skills in the arts. Classes were always enjoyable - I learned and most importantly had a lot of fun! I appreciated how personable she was and feel more confident in my painting skills.
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About Patrick M.

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Lake Dallas, TX
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Hello friends! You have stumbled upon a master-crafter of words- but let the words do the talking: My actual degree is biology, with supporting concentrations in philosophy and art. I’ve performed theater most of my life, actively write poetry, and teach sculpture as well as organic farming (permaculture), among other things.

Anything perked your interest? Drop me a line, let’s work it out!

About Patrick
Hello friends! My friends call me a polymath because I’m knowledgeable about pretty much everything! I love teaching, and have lots of experience in this area. Give me a buzz and let’s figure somethin
g out!
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Steven B. October 24, 2018
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Steven says it is going great.
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Patrick M.

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About Mary C.

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Cleveland, OH

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Sculpture, especially in the contemporary setting, can refer to so many different things. Intelligent decision making and intent make art objects. The piece you look at that hits you in the face was constructed to be that way. I never much thought of myself as a sculptor, but let's be serious - fine art disciplines all overlap. It would be an exciting experience to be able to teach classes on sculpture because of how broad the topic is. I don't know if the majority of people searching for lessons on this want to learn how to bring realism into the round, or discuss conceptuality and aesthetics to work in the contemporary vein, but I am game for it all.

About Mary
I am a recent college graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. My main areas of concentration are drawing and painting, but I am also trained in printmaking, photography, sculpture, etc. Being an artist
means being a lot of things. You are not someone with just a hobby; you are an engineer, mathematician, planner, risk taker, designer, scientist. The list goes on. I dedicate my life to problem-solving. This is what art is. I would love to share my knowledge and be able to continue to support my creative life by supporting the drive for success in others.

I have really no age limit in terms of students. If you are a parent looking for a teacher for a child/ren, that's great, we could have some fun constructing and working on anything from still lifes of their favorite toys to acrylic paintings that touch on color relationships. If you yourself are looking to strengthen your drawing from nature or learn how to build a realistic self-portrait, that's great too. I'm willing and happy to do anything from spending time sculpting with a senior citizen to discussing and working on conceptual painting with a student in need of more outside fuel and support for their creative fire. I believe that teaching to think like an artist is just as important as teaching technical ability. I've become adept at both of these skills in my four years at the University of Dayton, and I am so excited to share with and learn from you in return!
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About Gabriella D.

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Phoenix, AZ
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Dependent on skill levels, certain materials can be chosen to initiate a work, whether it be for a sculptural piece using stone, ceramic clay, wood, or metal.
An initial assignment to test the individuals capabilities would be to construct an emotional value (ex: anger , justification, embarrassed , etc.) or to begin Sculpting something that represents an adjective.

About Gabriella
I want to share my belief that any one can create art! I want to break the process down so anybody can grasp an understanding and master creating with their hands and eyes! The possibilities are endle
ss, the fun materials we will use to create is countless! Let’s create something today!
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Gabriella D.

Gabriella D.

Phoenix, AZ 85034
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$25 / 30-min

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Average Cost of Sculpture Lessons in Phoenix, AZ

The average cost of 60-minute sculpture lessons in Phoenix is $39. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $39 and $39 per hour.

30-min $29
 
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45-min $34
 
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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute sculpture lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute sculpture lessons are 13% less expensive at $34, and 30-minute lessons cost 26% less at $29.

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