Eugene Daub: October 21 - 25, 2019
These Workshops always fill up because there are a limited number of students to keep the quality of instruction very high and personal. Don't miss your spot, register know!
Relief sculpture broadens the capabilities fo a sculptor. The ability to create a relief portrait from one photo alone makes it a valuable asset for any artist. To create a narrative or allegory are two more reasons. It has applications that only exist for 'relief' sculpture. The principles are the same whether it's for medallic art scale or a large architectural frieze. It is by any standard a unique and powerful medium that opens the door for a new and deeper understanding of sculpture and composition.
Eugene Daub has created hundreds of portrait reliefs for public figures, mints, and an 18ft relief for the Senate Chamber in the capital of Montana. He is the Vice President of the American Medallic Sculpture Association. Eugene is the sculptor of the Rosa Parks statue which resides in the Capitol rotunda in Washington DC.
Although each sculpture workshop begins and ends at the instructor's discretion, the schedule is generally 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. on the first day, and 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on subsequent days, which provides six hours of instruction per day. One hour is allowed for lunch. In order to keep to the schedule, students are encouraged to bring their own bag lunches or to use Brookgreen food service facilities. Refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee maker, water-cooler, and vending machines are located at the Campbell Center.
Questions?: Robin R. Salmon, VP of Art and Historical Collections and Curator of Sculpture (843) 235-6012; or Julia Mills, Curatorial Associate, (843) 235-6034 or click here.
Location: Brookgreen Gardens