Crash Course in Sculpture: Mold Making
Explore a variety of mold making techniques using clay, plaster, low temperature wax, alginate, latex and silicon. Castings will be made using hydrocal plaster, plastic, wax, and a variety of cements.
This is a demonstration, no materials required.
David Lee Cumbie
Devoted to the art of sculpture, David Lee Cumbie is a one-man institution at Crealdé School of Art, where he joined the joined the faculty in 1980. He directs the sculpture program, teaches classes and workshops to adults and youth, including mold-making, clay sculpture, bronze casting and independent study. Hundreds of students have been initiated into welding through Cumbie’s popular welding workshops and classes, and he has introduced hundreds of summer art campers to the art of free-form clay sculpture. Cumbie manages Crealdé’s on-site bronze foundry, which is the only such community-based facility in Central Florida. Since 1996, he has served as the curator to the lakeside Contemporary Sculpture Garden, which is home to more than 60 pieces that represent art work created in Central Florida.