Get creative in the NorthSite art studio, with contemporary artist Susie Losch to create some unique forms using coloured air-dried clay. Through this sculpting workshop, Susie will demonstrate sculpting techniques using fabrics and thread to shape and texture the clay forms.
This workshop is inspired by Susie Losch work ‘Waves’ exhibited in the current exhibition ‘Planetary Gestures’. You will be creating your own fun unique forms of sculpted miniature wave, through this sculpting workshop, Susie will demonstrate sculpting techniques using fabrics and thread to shape and texture the clay forms. To come along please book online to secure you place.
Saturday 15th April
10.30am – 12.00pm
NorthSite Art Studio – 55 Greenslopes Street
Susie Losch is an artist based in North East Victoria, Australia. Susie has been making art for more than 25 years and her work is regularly exhibited in solo exhibitions and group shows, community art projects and installations.
Her practice involves the construction of assemblages from materials that have an intrinsic history. Through means of casting of combining incongruous forms and objects, the message is not strident but injected with subtle humour. Influenced by concept of play and the unknown, bodies of work emerge and are constantly evolving. They retain remnant memories, experiences and new observations from time spent travelling. Losch is currently exploring air as a minimalist matter to inflate and deflate sculptures into form and movement.
Please arrive at least 5 minutes early
All materials will be provided
An adult must remain for the duration of the workshop
Limited spots available, book online to secure your spot by booking through Humanitix. An adult must remain for the duration of the workshop.
No refunds can be processed if participants change mind or miss the class.
On street parking is available on Greenslopes Street, near the Chinese Friendship Gardens and in front of NorthSite Art Studios
‘Sculpting Waves with Susie Losch’ is supported by the Australian Government’s Arts and Cultural Development Program, Regional Arts Australia and Regional Arts Victoria.’