An Introduction Course
Starting this October Sarah will be continuing her starter course to run on four consecutive Saturdays.
In the classes you will be given step by step tuition and will make your very first piece. This is to get you used to the materials and start of on a possitive note. over the next few weeks you will be able to make an armature, create a quick scetch in clay and get to grips with some finishing techniques.
Further details and a brochure are available via e-mail should you want to know more.
New courses planned later in 2018
Please contact me to register your interest.
The nine-year-old Sarah Cotterill didn't particularly enjoy school; in truth, it was an ordeal. Success or praise remained elusive until one day in Art class, when she was presented with some plasticine. She fashioned a 3-D dinosaur so well that it astounded her teacher. The confusing jumble of numbers and letters that constituted much of her school experience was swept away by the resounding success of her first ever sculpture. The stegosaurus was the talk of the school and went on to win First Prize in the Garden Fete Exhibition.
Mostly self-taught, Sarah has honed her techniques with regular studio work over the last fourteen years. She takes inspiration from the natural world; much of her work laments humanity's lost connection with the magic of leaf and twig. A strong theme of her recent work is an exploration of an alternative evolutionary route, with humanity merging with botanical matter - fauna and flora re-united. It is perhaps the standard bearer for Sarah's artistic reconnection of humanity and the forest.
Sarah Cotterill Sculpture
Hopton Corner House
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