Mixed Media/Sculpture: Anna Hepler
From Flat to Round: Exploring the Sculptural Properties of Paper, Cardboard, and Plywood-– Paper can be scored and folded to produce origami animals or simple solids such as cubes and dodecahedrons. Cardboard can be glued, stacked, and folded to produce objects of durability and large size, and plywood can be easily cut with a jigsaw and slotted, glued, and screwed together to create sculpture and furniture. This workshop is a low-tech celebration of these materials that are purchased in sheets, but have the potential to become forms, and sculptures in the round. Participants will build models using paper and cardboard, then enlarge their ideas as sculptural or functional free-standing forms.
Anna Hepler divides her time between Eastport, Maine and Greenfield, MA. She earned a BA from Oberlin College and an MFA. from the University of Wisconsin Madison. She has been a Henry Luce Foundation fellow in South Korea and in 2016 she was awarded a Barr fellowship by United States Artists. Anna Hepler has exhibited widely, and her work can be found in the collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Tate Modern in London, England, and the Portland Museum of Art in Portland, Maine, among others. She is currently working on a collaborative artists’ book, Trespasses, with Jon Calame titled, to be published by Orbis Editions. annahepler.com