Following the Government's response to manage the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 we have now closed London Sculpture Workshop and will remain closed and all of our workshops will be postponed until the Government advises us that we can return to normal life.
We are a very small business and as such this unprecedented situation is incredibly challenging. We would really appreciate your support whilst we find our way through this.
We hope you remain healthy in the weeks ahead. Take care of yourselves and each other. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to welcoming you to London Sculpture Workshop very soon.
This short course will unlock the mystery of how a glazed surface is created and take your ceramic work and understanding to the next level. You will learn how to effectively and safely glaze your fired ceramics using techniques such …
This two day course is an introduction to working with Jesmonite.
Jesmonite can be used to replicate the appearance and texture of any surface finish, and even the finest of detail. It can mimic the appearance of materials such as
In this workshop the participants will be investigating the aesthetic and conceptual abilities of mould construction and casting plaster and concrete.
The architectural possibilities of both the negative space (the mould) and the positive space (the cast) will be considered …
If you’re unsure when to snip or saw, can’t tell a claw from a ball-pein or are avoiding that shelf? Then this course is for you.
We’ll get you confident in marking out, cutting up and constructing your own handy …
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