DEBORAH LEE KLEIN
Workshop 4 hours
Sunday 17 October 2021 - 9.30am to 1.30pm
Be introduced to the world of Dimensional Illustrations using paper to sculpt a 3-dimensional artwork!
About the Workshop
Paper cut sculpture, a form of paper cutting, is a contemporary development of a traditional art form. Instead of flat, two-dimensional pieces, the art is given a three-dimensional form.
It is created by shaping or combining different types of papers great precision and unlike Origami, paper sculptures are made of several pieces of paper instead of one.
Participants will be introduced to the materials and techniques used in paper sculpture, creating their own low-relief sculptural illustration from a suite of supplied patterns, and/or their own designs.
Buninyong Community House
407 Warrenheip Street, Buninyong
Equipment and materials supplied.
Please refer to the terms & conditions at the bottom of the site for changes to your booking. We have a very strict no changes to booking inside of 7 days policy. You will receive a full refund if government restrictions prevent travel.
LUNCH & COFFEE!
There are several options in walking distance. Please note there is no fridge onsite.
Tea and instant coffee making facilities will be available at the venue.
There is plenty of free parking all over Buninyong within walking distance to all venues.
Only 8 students! Book early!
Please do not attend and contact us straight away to get a refund if you have any cold and flu symptoms and/or have travelled to a COVID hotspot inside of 14 days of the workshop. Our workshop spaces are set up to ensure adequate distancing between students.
SUNDAY 17th OCTOBER
Meet the Artist
Deborah Lee Klein
Deborah Klein’s art practice produces ‘dimensional illustrations’; low relief figurative paper sculptures created from acid-free art papers that have been embossed, cut and shaped.
Deborah has exhibited extensively in the U.S. and Australia, and has works in private and public collections including the Kinsey Institute of Sex, Gender and Reproduction, Indianapolis Art Gallery, Lotus Foundation, and Seattle Aquarium.