Sculpture Courses - live via Zoom from Studio 27A

ONLINE SCULPTURE doesn't have to mean learning from videos in isolation! If you join one of my live Zoom courses you'll be working alongside others - and I'll be working alongside you every step of the way.

Courses are carefully planned to balance contact time and home/studio time. To further support your learning I use Padlet as an online gallery and resources hub. This means you can post your work in progress, ask questions and get feedback at any time during the course and beyond.

I'm also offering regular mentoring sessions for more experienced sculptors who want someone to bounce ideas off, troubleshoot problems and help with learning new skills.

To find out more about up-coming courses for 2022 and/or mentoring sessions click on the links below.

Courses & Dates

Memory and Invention (Online) November 2022: an imaginative approach to the portrait

Upcoming Dates: Monday, Wednesday & Friday November 14th, 16th, and 18th from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Course Description: This course builds […]

Mentoring Online

Develop your portrait sculpture skills online via zoom mentoring sessions (for more experienced portrait sculpture students). You will get the best out […]

The Portrait in Clay from Photos Online – Reviewed

We had a small but dedicated group of sculptors for this third iteration of ‘The Portrait in Clay from Photos’. As always, […]

Online Working: Further Information

Hello and welcome. Working from life face-to-face is, of course, ideal for learning sculpture. But for one reason or another, that just […]

Memory and Invention (Online) October 2021: Reviewed

I shall certainly repeat this course as it was productive and enjoyable for all participants – including me! We all chose our […]

The Portrait in Clay from Photographs (Online) April 2021 Reviewed

April’s repeat of The Portrait in Clay from Photos ushered in quite a few innovations. Communications were significantly enhanced by the use […]

Review of The Portrait in Clay from Photographs (Online) February 2021

It took some getting used to – but this inaugural online sculpture course was a great success. I was lucky to have […]