Date(s) - Wed. Aug. 09, 2017
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Class Description: Using assorted natural and household objects as well as other sculptural materials, students will create a representation something in nature (an animal, plant/tree, etc.). The images that they create will consist of found objects that individual students are attracted to and may connect with out of the array of three-dimensional objects, and sculptures will be created by employing not only realism but abstract and symbolic principals as well. Students may choose to create either a free-standing sculpture or one that could be hung on a wall.
About the Facilitator: Luca Kupper is currently in the Fine Arts program at Lesley University. He will be graduating in 2018 with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts with a minor in Art History.
Being a Fine Art major has given him significant experience in many different mediums, as being in this BFA program gives one a broad enough spectrum to learn and experiment with all forms of art. While being a fine artist is his main passion, art history has also always fascinated him. Luca is well versed in multiple genres of art history, including pre-Columbian art, photography, and Western world art from 18th century to present, in both 3D and 2D mediums.