Byrne to teach sculpture workshop in Bellefontaine


By Annie King



Julie Byrne’s “Owl and Moon,” a 6-inch clay sculpture, is at the Muse Gallery, Columbus.

Julie Byrne’s “Owl and Moon,” a 6-inch clay sculpture, is at the Muse Gallery, Columbus.


Submitted photo

The Logan County Art League and the Cracked Pot Studio will host Columbus sculptor Juliellen Byrne for a sculpture workshop 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 22.

It’s time to roll up your sleeves and play in the clay. This one-day workshop will teach the basics of sculpture with quirky, whimsical reflections. Byrne will provide basic instruction, examples and technical assistance. She will encourage idea sharing to help you engage with and complete your project. This workshop is all hands-on and paced so participants will have a finished sculpture ready to fire at the end of the day.

Byrne will present the workshop at the the Cracked Pot Studio in Union Station, 613 Hamilton St. in Bellefontaine. The workshop is for beginners through advanced level students. Each participant will be provided with 12.5 pounds of clay and underglaze colors. Ceramic tools will be available for use. The cost of the workshop is $100.00.

If interested in attending this workshop and would like to receive a workshop brochure/registration form, or for more info, contact Karen Feltham at 937-407-3647 or email kfeltham@embarqmail.com . The registration form can also be found at www.logancountyartleague.org . The registration form and total fee are due by September 10, 201. Mail to Logan County Art League, Sculpture Workshop, PO Box 201, Bellefontaine, OH 43311. Checks should be made to: Logan County Art League. Seating is limited to 20 participants.

Julie Byrne’s “Owl and Moon,” a 6-inch clay sculpture, is at the Muse Gallery, Columbus.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/07/web1_Web-6.jpgJulie Byrne’s “Owl and Moon,” a 6-inch clay sculpture, is at the Muse Gallery, Columbus. Submitted photo

By Annie King

Submitted by the Logan County Art League.

Submitted by the Logan County Art League.