July 23 - 27Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
This foundation course will explore three-dimensional concepts, skills and process. Students will work in clay and construct an armature and sculptural form from direct observation. Emphasis will be placed on learning anatomical, structural and proportional strategies necessary for building the sculpture.
Kimberly Monson has a B.F.A. from the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts and an M.F.A. from the New York Academy of Figurative Art, Cum Laude. She taught with Lyme Academy Founder Elisabeth Gordon Chandler 2001-2003 and is an Instructor of sculpture and drawing at Lyme. She was responsible for launching the sculpture program at Amagansett Applied Arts in Long Island, NY and created a teaching program through the Golden Eagle in East Hampton, NY. Ms. Monson won the National Sculpture Competition in 1999 and was presented the Walter and Michael Lantz Prize. She was awarded The National Sculpture Society Merit Scholarship and received Honorable Mentions in the Society’s publications, as well as being a two-time recipient of the Reutershan Trust Sculptor in Residence in Sag Harbor, NY. Noteworthy commissions include author John Steinbeck and philanthropist Margaret Russell Sage. She is represented by Peter Marcelle in Bridgehampton, NY.
*Tuition includes all art supplies, materials and software licensing fees.
NOTE: All classes are open to high school students, freshman through seniors, with beginning to advanced level art training who want to further explore or expand their technical skills and artistic ability .
Mon Jul. 23 - 9:00 amtoFri Jul. 27 3:00 pm
84 Lyme StreetOld Lyme CT,US 06371