So many people have asked me how the finished colors and patterns are achieved on my finished bronzes. It is one of the funnest parts of the process since I, as the artist, participate actively in this final stage! Let me show you how we finished “Rolling Bliss” (#3 of 20) since I took lots… Read more »
Posts Tagged: sculpture
Don’t get me wrong… sales are important! They validate the effort, resupply the studio to make more art, and represent a “permanent” sharing when someone is moved enough by a piece of my work to invest in it to make it part of their daily life…
Sharing art for me comes in many forms ranging… Read more »
My fourth sculpture workshop for the Virginia Equine Artists Association (VEAA) on August 10 and 11 was an adventure! My equine focused participants ended up not being able to attend so instead the dragons came!
The objectives of my workshops are to:
~ make the process clear and logical to create a foundation of understanding… Read more »
Friend! One of the wisest things I did as an artist was to follow my dream to sculpt and cast bronze sculptures! Better than painting? No! Both presentations are equally valid, just very different! In fact, I’ve found working in both to be very influential on each other!
1) Working in three dimensions informs my… Read more »
We sure had a super time at the Virginia Equine Artists Association (VEAA) sculpture workshop last weekend! Thanks Debby Thomas for hosting us in your studio! I had four students which was perfect for the private studio setting.
We started with discussing the entire process from armature to casting in bronze (or Resin). The remaining… Read more »
Announcing the 3rd VEAA Hosted Robyn Ryan Sculpture Workshop, 1-2 June 2013
Link to Workshop Flyer ~ Sculpture Workshop with Robyn Ryan June2013
Are you ready to bend some wire and push some clay? Don’t let the idea of three dimensions intimidate you… This will be a very practical and down to earth… Read more »