Coronavirus Safety Measures – please see the steps I am taking at the foot of this page
I will show you how to turn your own personal ideas into a sculpture in stone.
3 days tuition and individually tailored guidance. Much progress is possible due to the small group size (maximum 3 students).
Classes are held in York at Lucy’s studio
Saturday / Sunday / Monday, 9.15am to 5pm .
Courses are held once a month throughout the year.
How much: (Includes tuition, all materials and lunches)
Fee: £440 per person
When group sizes are no longer restricted to only 2 students per course, my usual discounts for 2 people (£395 each) or 3 people (£370 each) will resume.
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- Safe lifting & carving strategies
- Tool use & carving techniques
- How to work in 3-Dimensions
- What tools are needed & where to buy them
- How to sharpen your chisels
- How to set up your own workspace
- Where to source stone
- How you can develop your skills further
- Students can chose a sizeable block of limestone from a range of different densities and dimensions.
- High-quality professional hand-tools are provided, and all necessary sculpting & sketching materials
- Delicious lunches, tea, coffee and snacks are provided throughout the course.
Coronavirus Safety Measures:
The safety of my students remains my utmost priority:
Download pdf of my Coronavirus Safety Measures & Requirements
While the Coronavirus is still with us and transmission rates are still rising I will only take 2 students per course (3 only if from the same social bubble). I will resume taking 3 individual students only *if and when* this fits with WHO scientific advice on social distancing and the transmission rate.
If the Coronavirus transmission rates goes up and Social Distancing measures are made more stringent, I will have to postpone the course or reduce the class size. In this case I will reschedule your booking, or refund your payment, as you wish.
Scientific advice on Safe Distancing, precautionary practices and cleaning routines will be adhered to throughout my workshops. Students given bottles of hand-sanitiser on arrival, and are provided with, and required to wear, filtered facemasks and surgical gloves during group demonstrations.