W100e8 Wood Sculpture
Location: Indianapolis Art Center
Room: Wood Studio
Jun 6-Aug 1, 2012
Meets 6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Level: All Levels
(Member Discount Available)
Status: This program is completed
Learn the elements of wood sculpture: subtractive carving, additive construction and exploration of surface treatments. Students will learn procedures such as rough forming, shaping, refining and finishing their wooden sculpture along with sensitivities to the use of added components in their wooden sculpture. Students will be introduced to a number of power tools and technique application.
Instructor -- Jason Bord
Jason Bord: M.F.A. in Sculpture, Herron School of Art and Design, 2011; B.F.A. in Sculpture, Ball State University, 2007. Jason has taught at Herron since 2010. Jason has worked as an assistant sculptor and primary fork lift operator at the Limestone Symposium from 2008-2010 and apprenticed under internationally known Sculptor, Dale Enochs from 2007-present. He has exhibited his work extensively throughout Indiana, and has completed multiple large scale commissioned pieces, including the 8.6 acre "Remembrance and Martyrs (For Beverly and Birddog)" located at I-70 and Harding St. Exit. Jason Bord also works as the art consultant at United Vision Records. This community based collective works towards supporting the music and arts in Indianapolis all while continuing to support local business throughout Indiana. His work can be seen at www.jasonbord.com and under the visual artists section of www.unitedvisionrecords.com.
For any questions regarding this class and/or supply list, please contact the instructor: Email Jason.
- Students should expect a $100-$150 additional expense depending on project selection.