Art Forensics

Art Forensic skulls with added clay
Art Forensic skulls with added clay

The past two days have been gainfully spent sticking clay on a skull. The workshop, run by Dr Susan Hayes at the University of WA involved building up the muscle, fat and skin to create an anatomical facial reconstruction. Fascinating and fun. And, for me, a great way to reinforce a course of self-guided study of anatomy – covered in previous posts – which has included books, video and life drawing but this element has been by far the most enjoyable.

Art Forensic workshop
Art Forensic workshop

Expression of interested for future workshops to shayes@amhb.uwa.edu.au

 

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  1. Hi Amanda,I was procrastinating on some work last night and thought I would look you up and I was just spellbound by your blog for hours. It’s been the most interesting writing on colour theory – I’m excited enough to go get the books.
    Have been wondering about you and hoping you’re going well. I often think of your garden – I had such a wonderful day when we all came to see it.
    thanks for such an interesting blog!

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