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Monday, 19 October 2015 18:52

UMaine Museum of Art offers adult workshops

BANGOR - Students will design and construct a non-objective hanging wire sculpture over the course of two Saturday workshops, Nov. 7 & 14, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The first session will focus on gestural drawing and how this expressive line work informs the basis of the sculpture's design. During the second session, students will transform their two-dimensional creation into a three-dimensional moving piece of art.

Judith Rose Lacadie Hill received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art with a focus in textile design, and a masters of science in human development from the University of Maine. Hill's masters thesis was 'A survey of Materials and Construction Techniques of Maine Indian Splint Ash Baskets and Contemporary Interpretations.' These methods heavily influence Hill's wire sculptures, and both her fiber and wire work have been shown widely across New England.

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