Wesley Wright: Sculpting Animal Heads


Join ceramic artist Wesley Wright and learn to sculpt animal heads and busts with clay. Working from reference images students will use traditional figure sculpting techniques. This weekend intensive will give students the opportunity to create detailed, expressive and refined work. The final product will be a fired bust or head sculpture that can be mounted on a wall at the end of this two day workshop.

Preview Wesley’s sculpting process here: https://youtu.be/CPddeICyZUo

Wesley Wright is a Northern California-based ceramic artist and educator known for his highly detailed and eccentric imagery which addresses environmental and existential issues with humor and imagination. National exhibition venues include the Glassell Fine Arts Museum in Houston, and the De Young Museum in San Francisco. Collections include the Crocker Museum in Sacramento. His work has appeared “500 Figures in Clay Volume 2” and other notable publications. Wright received his BA at Humboldt State and his MFA at San Jose State. He teaches primarily at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and resides in Crockett, CA.

Workshop held at the Sonoma Community Center
276 East Napa St
Sonoma, Ca 95478

(707) 938-4626


JUN 30 – JUL 1, 2018


$198 members

$30 materials fee due at time of registration covers your first bag of clay, firing, and glazes. 

Enroll today! Register 3 weeks early and get 10% off the listed price of your class.

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