John & Theresa Murphy Sculptors/Woodcarvers
www.irishwoodcarving.com
We      run      practical,      hands-on      courses covering        all        fundamental        carving techniques   in   our   fully   equipped   sculptor's workshop.   To   ensure   a   high   level   of   individual   tuition and   attention,   numbers   are   limited   to   a maximum    of    4    students    per    course.    A minimum   of   2   students   is   required   to   run the course. Participants   may   choose   from   step   by   step projects    in    relief,    three    dimensional    or decorative carving. If    students    wish    to    work    on    their    own projects,   the   course   will   be   adapted   to suit their needs.   Along   with   the   actual   carving,   other   topics addressed,   depending   on   the   length   of   the course, will include; • Aspects of design for woodcarving, • Choosing, sharpening and maintaining    tools, • The characteristics of various timbers    suitable for carving, • Suitable finishes for woodcarvings.   The    aim    of    each    course    is    to    give    the students    the    practical    experience    and confidence   to   allow   them   progress   further with their carving.
Half day, One day and two day courses  -  Dates arranged to suit participants  -  All skill levels catered for  -  Beginners welcome  -  All materials supplied  -  Lunch included in all day long courses.
18th - 19th February, 2012 24th - 25th March, 2012 14th - 15th April, 2012 19th - 20th May, 2012 16th - 17th June, 2012 14th - 15th July, 2012 18th - 19th August, 2012 15th - 16th September, 2012 13th - 14th October, 2012 The following dates are provisional dates  for two day weekend courses in 2012. One to one tuition  €200 per day  One to one tuition  €100 per half day  2 day course  €250 (minimum two students)  1 day course  €125 (minimum two students)  1/2 day course €50 (minimum two students) Our Fees
Our Courses
Clahane, Ballyard, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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