Instructor: Tina Tarantal
August 21 - 25
9am - 12pm
5 sessions

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Note: A materials fee of $30 will be due on or before the first day of class.

The universality of the human head is counterbalanced by the small differentials that make each a recognizable, unique individual. Basic anatomical structure and relative proportions are critical parts of every head; distinctive features and expression bring the portrait to life. We will further your understanding of those elements and engage a professional model for the five days. All levels of experience are invited to join this workshop. On the fifth day we will prepare the results for firing in a kiln or for casting.

Elsa (Tina) Tarantal has been teaching Figure Modeling for many years and is a Professor Emerita at the University of the Arts. Her studio work in figurative sculpture, modeling in clay and bronze casting, began while she was an undergraduate at The Cooper Union and continued throughout her graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania. The Rosenfeld Gallery in Philadelphia and the Kendall Gallery in Wellfleet have represented her paintings, sculpture and commissioned portraits. She has created public sculpture commissioned by the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority, is a member of the National Sculpture Society and has received awards for her work in juried exhibitions.