Workshops

Lynn’s students learn about the science of anatomy while enjoying the art of creating sculpture.


Wire to Whinny

*September 15 thru 17, 2017 (with Open Studio on Sept. 18) Boise, Idaho.
held in Lynn’s studio, Boise, Idaho     *note, dates pushed back a week later than previously published, 5.6.2017*

In this three-day workshop students learn the basics of equine anatomy, how to best utilize references, form an armature, and then apply clay to create a sculpture. (learn more about Wire to Whinny)
Please note: deposits are not refundable, please see our full workshop policies for more info

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We’ve Got Legs!

not yet scheduled for 2017, please inquire if interested
held in Lynn’s studio, Boise, Idaho
During this specialized three-day course, we explore the structure of the equine leg (learn more about We’ve Got Legs)
Please note: deposits are not refundable, please see our full workshop policies for more info


Sculpting an equine face

yet to be scheduled, please inquire if interested

Using ceramic (potter’s) clay we will explore the structure of the equine head and play with expressions by creating a high-relief ceramic “mask”, which will then be bisque fired for later decoration.  (learn more here)


X-ray Vision for Artists: become SuperArtist!

Saturday, January 28, 2017

1:00 – 4:00 pm, held in Lynn’s studio, Boise, Idaho

Anatomy will be demystified, becoming an important and fun tool in your art-making.
Key principals about how animals are put together will be revealed, allowing you to see the structure beneath the skin of just about any animal. You will be able to “translate” a two-dimensional reference into three-dimensional work; and visa versa, you will be able to take your observations of live animals and create two-dimensional work with confidence. (learn more about X-ray Vision for Artists)


X-ray Vision for Artists: become SuperArtist!

 January 2018, held in Lynn’s studio, Boise, Idaho

Anatomy will be demystified, becoming an important and fun tool in your art-making.
Key principals about how animals are put together will be revealed, allowing you to see the structure beneath the skin of just about any animal. You will be able to “translate” a two-dimensional reference into three-dimensional work; and visa versa, you will be able to take your observations of live animals and create two-dimensional work with confidence. (learn more about X-ray Vision for Artists)

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