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Dinosaurs and their Eggs

For the first project this year, I introduced pinching and pulling clay by creating Dinosaurs and their Eggs. We used the technique of creating a pinch pot by first rolling the clay into a ball, pressing our thumbs in for a hole, and then using our pincher fingers to pull that hole larger. 112 more words

Art Classes

A Life-Size Giacometti Could Be Priciest Sculpture Auctioned in History of Sculpture

Christie’s is set to separate one collector from an enormous wad of cash next month when it brings to the block for the first time ever¬† 385 more words

I LOST THE ARTIST...

but the sculpture is nice it emphasized the light…

Sculpture Finalist: Sachiko Akiyama

Before Spring Break, the last of the three finalists for the sculpture faculty search came to visit UNH. Sachiko Akiyama finished her Undergraduate degree at Amherst College in Massachusetts, then went on to receive her MFA in Sculpture at Boston University in 2005. 452 more words

Art Department Lectures

The sadness of a page left unwritten.

I have read of writers worst fears. The fears of settling down in front of an empty page. The page doesn’t beckon nor ever shows signs of life no matter how keen the aspiring¬†writer casts his eyes on the empty sheet. 412 more words

Gerard Oosterman