Stone Carving Saturdays
Updated Scupture Gallery
The area's first and only dedicated year-round stone carving studio!
Stone carving is an ancient activity where pieces of rough natural stone are shaped by the controlled removal of stone. Owing to the permanence of the material, evidence can be found that even the earliest societies indulged in some form of stone work. -Wikipedia
a. Monday Mornings
10:00am - 1:00
September 10 - November 12 -9 spots left
b. Wednesday Nights
7:00pm - 10:00 -7 spots left
September 12 - November 14
c. Friday Mornings
10:00am - 1:00 -12 spots left
September 14 - November 16
Learn how to carve stone(alabaster) and learn all parts of this
fascinating ancient medium. Beginning/intermediate/advanced students
are all welcomed. You will learn the whole process of stone carving
from the beginning chisels, to the files and finishing process.
Students are encouraged and helped to produce the type of work that
interests them! More advanced students are helped to pursue new
creative directions or to revisit current ones. Class discussion and
demonstration accompany many peaceful hours of working and connecting
with the stone. No previous experience required! Tools are included
for beginners, stone is an additional cost! Come participate in the
magical medium of stone sculpture 13+
a/b/c - $525 each
a. Monday Mornings
October 20 -12 spots left
In this popular one-day workshop, you'll have the opportunity to carve your own stone, an art form that is not typically accessible. For beginners and experienced sculptors alike, you'll be guided through the process of looking into the rock for imagery, carving into material, planning and forming a sculpture, and using tools. Hand-carving techniques will be demonstrated, and stone carving lore will be discussed. We'll also touch upon safety in the studio, and stone and tool sourcing. You will leave with your stone sculpture in hand. Please bring a bag lunch to class. All materials will be provided.
'Every block of stone has a statue inside it
and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.'