In this one-session class, you’ll learn how to create engaging and resilient sculptures: how to settle on a design, assemble objects and materials, and finish and display them–so they’re attractive and long-lasting. You can bring in any materials: an interesting piece of pottery, weathered wood, or other found objects, or engaging natural materials, such as seed pods or pieces of natural wood. Free-standing, wall hanging, mobile, and garden sculptures are all possible. We’ll discuss your ideas, reveal many “tricks of the trade,” and demonstrate basic tools and equipment for working with 3-D art–so you’ll be able to create attractive sculptures at your own pace and in your own space.
Paul Angiolillo strives to create works of art that are both timeless and contemporary, universal and unique. He often incorporates opposites into his work: abstract/representational, rustic/refined, whimsical/contemplative. Paul has exhibited extensively in New England, including having his studio crafts currently in the deCordova and Fuller museum shops.