top of page

Fri, Jun 02

|

Wabash

"Let's Face It!" 2-day Workshop

In this 2-day workshop, you will learn how to build a small 5” head and shoulders sculpture with world renowned artist Kirsten Stingle. RSVP Required. Limited to 12 people. $250/person

Registration is closed,
See other events
"Let's Face It!"  2-day Workshop
"Let's Face It!"  2-day Workshop

Time & Location

Jun 02, 2023, 10:00 AM – Jun 03, 2023, 4:00 PM

Wabash, 14 W Canal St, Wabash, IN 46992, USA

Guests

About the event

In this 2-day workshop, you will learn how to build a small 5” porcelain head and shoulders sculpture. Kirsten Stingle provides a step-by-step approach that teaches anatomy and proportion in a fun way that everyone can follow...even beginners. We will talk about how to add mixed media to further the narrative potential of your work. All tools provided, including a block on which to set your sculpture. You don’t need to worry about a thing, just bring your enthusiasm!

June 2nd – 3rd 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day in the newly renovated creative space. (Participant must be able to climb stairs). 

$250 - per person, include lunch both days catered by 4 Partners in Crime, cost of firing the porcelain. Fired sculptures will be available for pickup or shipping after the event. 

Space is limited to the first 12 people who pay the registration fee. You can register by clicking the RSVP button and filling out the online form. Then Julie Dickey will contact you for payment. Accepting Paypal, Venmo, Apple Pay, or check. If you have more questions, please contact Julie at julie@4partnersincrime.com. 

If you need overnight accommodations please click this LINK for a full listing of hotels, downtown stays near the studio, and unique lodging in the area. 

Kirsten Stingle Bio

Kirsten Stingle’s narrative sculptures confront a globally connected world that heightens individual isolation and a superficial understanding of our place in the world. Her work cuts through feelings of disenchantment and disconnection by focusing on common threads of human experience, emphasizing our interconnectedness to the world around us. Through sculptural storytelling, she creates a dialogue with the viewer, encouraging self-revelation and promoting a greater understanding of our relationship to one another and our ecosystem. The primary protagonist in each sculpture is the hand-built porcelain figure, with special emphasis on the communication tools of gesture and expression. Through careful collaboration with antique relics and other mediums such as fiber, metal work, encaustic, and book arts she transforms an intricate mixture of disparate techniques into a seamless narrative vision that speaks directly to the soul.

Share this event

bottom of page