Students will create three-dimensional projects and learn about the many approaches to the art of sculpture, including assemblage, cardboard hand building, carving, casting, modeling, nature sculpture, soft sculpture, and beyond! This class will cover several approaches to working in three dimensions, such as addition (combining different materials to create a form such as as assemblage, or collage of 3D materials), subtraction (removing material from a mass to create the form from an outside-In perspective), substitution (using a mold to shape materials), and manipulation (using malleable materials in ways that can be both additive and subtractive).
Born in Lima, Peru, Nestor Madalengoitia is a portrait and mural artist. He was educated at the Catholic University of Lima-Peru, and SUNY New Paltz, NY. He lives and works in Poughkeepsie, NY. Nestor’s work is inspired by the work of pre-Columbian Peruvian Paracas tapestry with a modern understanding which defines his own visual and conceptual vocabulary that emerged through his focus on the point of intersection between visual effect and the meaning of the subject. Nestor’s paintings have been seen in numerous exhibitions and collections in New York City, the Hudson Valley, and Lima Peru. Nestor also is exploring sculpture using styrofoam as his material. Recently, he sculpted “The Nurse”, a nine feet high representation of a nurse. This sculpture will in view In different locations throughout the Hudson Valley.
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