in the R. A. Bryan Foundation, Inc. Gallery...
An exhibition of scultural ceramics created by students in the Spring 2015 Sculptural Relief class.
Students in this class had the opportunity to join their instructor, Jennifer Siegel, in the clay studio where they created large sculptural forms using a soft armature technique involving vermiculite.
Bas-relief, or low-relief, is the main focus of this class – bringing a projected image with a shallow overall depth to the surface, and emphasizing form with clever use of negative space and texture through carving.
Between exhibitions, the windows usually display instructor examples for upcoming classes, craft guild exhibitions, and works for sale by Crafts Center artists.
"Gallery Exhibitions Supported by NC State University Foundation"
For a listing of past events and exhibitions, please visit our Exhibition History page.
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