Stone carving: Tudor Rose
Saturday 31 October - Sunday 1 November 2020
A two-day workshop teaching participants how to mark out, rough out and finish a Tudor Rose design in Bath stone. The course will also cover carving techniques, sharpening and look at where to buy tools and stone. By the end of the two days participants will be able to take away a finished carving.
Will Spankie trained as a sculptor in 1990 at Sir John Cass School of Art in London, and later at Central St. Martins School of Art. He undertakes private and public commissions from his Brighton base, and has experience in teaching courses at a variety of levels.
The course is limited to six participants, who will receive practical tuition and hands-on experience.
Please wear old clothing and wear sturdy footwear. All other materials will be provided. It can be advisable to wear warm layers as the Downland Gridshell can be a cool place to work.
Fee and refreshments
£160 per person to include materials, tuition, tea and coffee. The café will be open or you may wish to bring a packed lunch. Please let the Museum know in advance if you have any dietary requirements.
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