Amateur Sculptor Contest
Michael McCullough's 8th
Annual Amateur Sculpting Contest
September 12, 2021 @ Sherbino Theater and 610 Arts Collective.
Presented by John Billings & Weehawken Creative Arts.
610 Arts Collective
604 & 610 Clinton Street, Ridgway CO
Registration for adults costs $30 through Weehawken Creative Arts. Registrations will be accepted from 12:30 pm until 1 pm on September 12th for drop-in contestants for $35, but supplies are "first-registered, first-served". Register NOW to save your spot officially!
Registration for youth is $15 in advance through Weehawken Creative Arts. Registrations will be accepted from 12:30 pm until 1 pm on September 12th for drop-in contestants for $20, but supplies are "first-registered, first-served". Register NOW to save your spot officially!
This registration fee gets adults up to 4lbs of Plaxtin Plastilina clay and youth will get 2 lbs. of Plaxtin Plastilina clay, and sculpting tools from www.sculpturehouse.com. Participants can also bring additional tools if they choose and can be purchased fromwww.sculpturehouse.com or can be brought from home, but armatures are not allowed. Please note that there is not a theme --- participants can create as they wish.
This competition is for amateurs only, no professional sculptors are allowed to compete.
Practice clay is available online at Sculpture House, Inc (609.466.2986 or www.sculpturehouse.com). The clay is oil and wax based and will not dry out. Order item SKU:PLXR2 Plaxtin Modeling Material by Fiaba - Medium.
Please note: Clay type and brand subject to change based up on Sculpture House availability
Special thanks to our sponsors
Each week, you’ll be guided through the steps to create a finished watercolor painting. Using a variety of techniques, this online class takes the basics of watercolor to the next level.
In addition to weekly tutorials, you’ll receive a downloadable resource guide with basics and tips for using watercolors. Some watercolor experience is beneficial, but these tutorials will be simple and guided, so prior experience is not necessary.
Week 1 – Florals – Receive instruction on creating loose florals as well as detailed botanical art.
Week 2 – Landscapes – try a variety of techniques to paint elements of a landscape and then put it all together.
Week 3 – Still life – learn composition, painting backgrounds, and shading to create a still life piece.
Week 4 - Animal Art – create a pet portrait or other animal painting
Thursdays, April 30-May 21
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Zoom Meeting Space
$75 tuition for 4 week series- materials not included Material list and Zoom meeting info provided upon registration