Wet-Carved Concrete Sculpture (November 10, 11 & 12)

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Wet-Carved Concrete Sculpture (November 10, 11 & 12)

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3-Day Workshop
November 10 (3 to 6pm) | November 11 (9am to 5pm) November 12 (Noon to 2pm) 
Instructor: Elder Jones
Fee: $300 Members, $340 Non-Members

Registration Deadline: Sunday, October 29th, 2017

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3-Day Workshop
November 10 (3 to 6pm) | November 11 (9am to 5pm) November 12 (Noon to 2pm) 
Instructor: Elder Jones
Fee: $300 Members, $340 Non-Members

Registration Deadline: Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Join master concrete-carver Elder Jones in this three-day, hands-on sculpture workshop. Participants will learn the technique of wet carving to create their own concrete sculpture or planter about 14 inches tall. The process is done while the concrete is still soft so no power tools are required. All materials and tools are provided. (For those interested, the option of buying a tool set designed by the artist will be available.) Space is limited to 8 students. 

Elder G. Jones is an award-winning artist who carves concrete into sculpture, fountains, and public art projects. This Tennessee native, with an education in biology, art and healing, is the nation’s foremost expert in cement carving with over 20 years’ experience. His work has received national attention on HGTV, Southern Living Magazine, San Francisco Examiner and in two books by Sherri Warner Hunter. He is represented in many fine art galleries including La Mesa Gallery on prestigious Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

To view more of Elder’s work visit www.sandpudding.com.