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This workshop is not project based, but rather a technique and skill enhancing workshop. In this four-day workshop, I will explain facial anatomy and mapping, then take you through sculpting each part of the face.
I will offer different treatment options, for example you will learn how to create wide open young adult eyes to creating an aged and hooded eyelid, a closed pouting mouth to an open laugh with teeth. You will learn my tips, tricks and techniques for each part of the face and she will show you how to put it all together for a more realistic sculpture.
I am excited to bring this class to you through the Art Connection Summit!
Maria Saracino is a polymer clay figurative artist. Her work has been featured in magazines and books in Canada and the US and has been included in three museum exhibits. She has won multiple awards for her figurative sculptures and is currently the Canadian product ambassador for the Polyform Products company. Maria is also the president of the National Capital Network of Sculptors and her work includes promoting polymer clay as a fine art medium in galleries and museums.
In addition to her realistic and whimsical figurative sculptures and portrait commissions, Maria also teaches private and group workshops in her home studio and through art galleries in her area.
Her polymer clay relief murals are permanent installations at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health and the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa. Her online courses are available through AforArtistic or through her website.