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Found Objects Sculpture Workshop

at Seattle Artist League - Greenwood

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10219 Aurora Ave N
Btwn N 102nd & 103rd Streets
Seattle, Washington 98133
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 12
Teacher: Paul McKee

What you'll learn in this sculpture class:

Are you a collector of odd objects, keeper of weird materials or hoarder of trinkets? Do you dream of combining them into A+ artworks like a Modernist Master? Then ASSEMBLAGE you shall! Utilizing your own found objects and materials, you will learn the art of assemblage. Students will create assemblage artworks of their choice during this weekend workshop. Bring anything and everything and create amazing assemblage sculptures.

Your collected items are waiting to tell their story!

Materials to bring:
  • Collected 3d objects, parts, trinkets, fabric, paper, wire, old silverware, frames, boxes… almost anything you have collected and want to use!
  • hot glue gun and plenty of glue sticks (colored glue sticks are also amazing for this; available online and in art stores)
  • light hand tools (your choice). Possible tools: small hand saw, screwdrivers, wire cutters, pliers, hammer, Xacto kife or box knife, scissors, etc.
  • misc hardware (nails, screws, hinges, etc… not necessary put sometimes useful).
  • paints or drawing materials (also optional)
  • This list is intentionally SUPER open. The big thing is a glue gun and plenty of glue. We want students to have lots of materials to be able to experiment and create with to make multiple sculptures.
All levels welcome.

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