Clay Sculpting Fun For Kids (ages7-12) with Beverly C. Turner


Bring your child to have fun with clay! During this 4-week workshop, your child will be introduced to the wonderful medium of clay. Varied and exciting projects in hand-building, including animals, figures, faces and more will be undertaken. They will learn techniques to create a small size clay figure or animal. Your child will be able to sculpt wild and wonderful clay art pieces using special air-dry clay. They will create a 3-D clay sculpture, paying close attention to details such as; color, shape, size, texture, body and facial features. While playing with clay, your child will have the opportunity to develop an understanding and appreciation forthis important art form and to learn the differences between two- and three-dimensional art; all while participating in this exciting and fun hands-on experience.

An apron and their finished art piece will be theirs to keep and take home after the last class. All clay, tools and paints provided. [Class limited to 10 students.]

A $5 materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first day of class.

Location: Delta Gallery

Fee: $40

INSTRUCTOR BIO:
Beverly C. Turner
Beverly has been a creative artist since 1966. Her early works included commissioned portraits in pastels, oils and clay. Although her Masters is in Mathematics, her passion has always been art. She has extensively studied figurative sculpture, taking classes and workshops with prestigious instructors including Philippe Faraut and Bruno Lucchesi.
Beverly taught portrait sculpture classes for two years at the Irvine Fine Arts Center (IFAC) in Irvine, California. She has been teaching both adult and children’s classes in the Brentwood and Antioch area since moving to Northern California in 2011.

The fun and thrill of capturing in clay the emotions and personality of the human face, is central to Beverly’s drive and passion in teaching Portrait Sculpture. Please visit www.BeverlyTurnerSculptures.com for more photos of work by her students and for commissioned sculptures she has completed.