Vaugel Sculpture Studio - 2013 Summer Workshops in France
June 17 - July 26
Foundation Courses - Portrait & Standing Figures
June 17- June 28 – Portrait sculpture
July 01 – July 12 - Standing figure
July 15 - July 26 - Reclining and Seated Figure
August 5 – Sept 13 - Advanced Courses
Sir Roger Moore and the artist Martine Vaugel sculpting his portrait, in the Chateau Brissac, France
is an internationally acclaimed sculptor and winner of two awards in the International Rodin Grand Prize Monumental Figure Competition. Her work can be found in Japan’s Hakone and Utsi Guch ga Hara Open Air Museums, The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, The New Tate Modern Museum, Nelson Rockefeller Collection, the collections of Presidents’ Carter, Aquino, Gorbachev, Reagan and Bush. She also has sculpted Mayor Tom Bradley, Mother Teresa, Sir Richard Attenborough, and additional sculptures are displayed at Self Realization Fellowship, Patsouras Plaza in the City of Los Angeles, UCLA Medical Center, and at the Chateau Brissac in France.
Her celebrity portraits include, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, William Polk Carey, John Lennon, Sylvester Stallone, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ronald Reagan, Katherine Hepburn, Nick Nolte, Lee Majors and many more.
She was Sculpture Director at the New York Academy of Art, taught Portrait and Figure Modeling at the Sculpture Center in NYC, and has opened four studio schools in California, North Carolina, New York and France. Martine receives heartfelt and rave reviews from both students and commission clients alike and a partial list can be viewed on her Testimonials page.
"The goal of the Vaugel Sculpture Studio is to teach students how to make great figure and portrait sculpture in clay. As a teacher, I am dedicated to empowering creative beings to fulfill their sculpture dreams and desires. In a relaxed studio atmosphere, I teach the visual techniques and physical controls that are essential for the creation of realistic figure sculpture." M. Vaugel
Download the 2013 Registration Form (for France and/or Australia)