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Clay sculpture A to Z

For Beginners to Advanced

Instructor: Luc Bihan

Get familiar with the oldest and most versatile material from & on Earth! You will use hand build, slabs, plaster mould or the hollow technique to give birth to your creative ideas & projects. You will also learn the burnishing with silver, patina with wax, and natural oil. Together, let’s explore all proprieties of clay.

Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 pm (with instructions)
plus studio time during the week

  • Fall 2 session: November 6 to December 11
    Fee: $320 + HST for 6 weeks
  • Winter session: January 22 to February 26
    Fee: $320 + HST for 6 weeks
  • Spring session: March 19 to April 23
    Fee: $320 + HST for 6 weeks
  • Summer session: May 7 to June 11
    Fee: $320 + HST for 6 weeks
  • Extra additional studio time at $12 per an hour

Our price includes clay, patina and firing fee
The class is limited to 8 participants

Call 416-461-7936 for registration or send us an Email at (recommended)

Luc Bihan is the owner and guide of LucSculpture School & Studios. He has been running Summer camps, March Break Camps and Winter camps, as well as clay school field trip, clay birthday party, for kids and Sculpture A to Z for adults at LucSculpture for the past 11 years.
He started his art studies at San Francisco City College in 1982 and at San Francisco Art Institute until 1985. Luc continues working clay in the studios of l’ADAC in Paris with different guidance while working in animation until 1999. He had travelled to many countries exploring various clay set up in Asia, Africa, and East Europe. 
In 2002-03 Luc Bihan wrote the philosophies of LucSculpture and open the school in 2006 at 100 Greenwood then at the current location at 663 Greenwood Avenue in 2007. Recently, he is interested in the healing qualities: water vortex egg container, clay water filter, and the frequencies of the sounds of clay making Udu and skin drums, didgeridoo or xylophone.
Luc is part of personal Collections in the Canada, USA, France, Dubai, Italy, Brasil, Japan, Argentina and a few more.