MATT AUVINEN

An artist and educator for thirty years, Matt spent two decades teaching in Florence while translating Carridori's classic book on the art of stone sculpture.

Workshop:

Approaching Stone Carving, classically as well as contemporarily and field instruction

mattauvinen.com

JEAN CHERIE

For thirty years, Jean has been sculpting for movies, television, animatronics as well as enlarging and duplicating fine art sculpture. For the last fifteen years, although she has worked in bronze and stone, she has focused primarily on her own figurative fine art work in ceramic.

Workshop:

Figurative Life Sculpture in Clay, working with a female model

jeancherie.com

ROLLIE GRANDBOIS

Carving stone from quarries around the world, Rollie creates bronze castings from many of his exceptional stone originals. His work includes small to monumental pieces. He was fortunate to live and work with the Shona stone sculptors in Zimbabwe which has influenced the way he looks at his art work.

Workshop:

Design, Systems & Proportions in abstract & figurative

Workshop:

Abstract Stone

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STEPHANIE ROBISON

Currently teaching sculpture at City College in San Francisco, Stephanie works primarily in stone and mixed-media. Her site specific works are popular with exhibitors and collectors throughout the West Caost.

Workshops:

Beginning stone/ Basic hand tools. Power tools 101

stephanierobison.com

JOHN THOMPSON

Best known for the original horses and dragons he has created for the Missoula Carousel in Montana, John is also a prolific sculptor creating other "critters" in wood. Whimsy runs throughout his work.
Please email John before April 10th to confirm participation in his workshop.

Workshop:

Basic Wood Carving for new students working in wood and continuation of wood carving projects from the past year's Symposium.

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DAVID YOUNG

with SHeLLeY ROGeRS

Teaching life drawing and painting at the college and university level for 21 years, David has exhibited his work at numerous galleries across the U.S., and currently teaches life drawing at Ventura College.

Workshop:

working in tandem with Shelley Rogers, David will be focusing on accurate anatomy, gesture, and pose in a life sculpting workshop with a male model.

davidyoungstudio.com

SHELLEY ROGERS

A ceramic artist for the past fifteen years, Shelley has taught both children and adult classes in ceramics and sculpture. Formerly an occupational therapist, Shelley used crafts as a therapeutic modality for twenty six years and is now working and teaching out of her home studio.

Workshop:

Shelley will be focusing on the translation of David's anatomical focus into clay, working with a male model.

thehandworks.net