Learn the principles of three-dimensional design and paper craft hand-building techniques in this workshop taught by fine-artist/graphic-designer Scott McCall. Looking to the work of sculptors such as Richard Serra, George Tsutakawa, and Sebastian for inspiration we will create scale model sculpture maquettes. All work will be photographed and portfolio/exhibition ready by class end.
Born and raised in Albuquerque New Mexico, and a resident of the Seattle area since 2000, Scott McCall is a fine artist, arts educator, and owner of graphic design firm Spruce Studio LLC. Scott earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Communications with Double Majors in Graphic Design and Fine Art from Northwest College of Art and later studied in the Atelier of Juliette Aristides at Gage Academy of Art. Scott is currently the resident teaching artist for Gage’s free year around drop in Teen Art studio on Capitol Hill, in addition to teaching classes at Pratt fine Arts (summer 2019), Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (since 2018) and at the King County Juvenile Detention Center (2019). Scott’s graphic design client list includes many of the world’s premier wine brands such as Antinori (Italy), champagne Nicolas Feuillatte (France), Villa Maria New Zealand, Stag’s Leap Winery (Napa Valley), Chateau Ste. Michelle (Washington State), and many more.
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