Teacher Type: Sculpture

Amy Wolsky

Amy Wolsky lives in Boca Raton, Florida, and has been a part-time artist for over 50 years.    Her focus is on clay sculpture, specifically animals in motion.  The sculptures are extremely labor intensive, technically challenging, and joyous to construct.  Amy is also a trained    silversmith, enamelist, and stone cutter.  From the age 10 to 25 she attended art school at the De Cordova Museum in Lincoln, MA.  She is a member of the Florida Society of Goldsmiths, Enamel Guild of South Florida, and the Gem and Mineral Society of the Palm Beaches.  Amy has exhibited her jewelry and animal sculptures locally and nationwide.

 

Amy Wolsky

Bruce Williams

Bruce Williams has been an avid wood turner since 2007. He is a member of both the local Palm Beach County Woodturners and the national American Association of Woodturners. During the past 13 years he has taken classes from many of the top national and international wood turning instructors. He has been a  demonstrator for the local Palm Beach County Woodturners and has taught their weekly workshop classes for the past several years. He enjoys passing on what he has learned about woodturning to new turners.

Bruce Williams

Gerard Bartlett

Gerard Bartlett is a wildlife artist who presently resides in Hobe Sound, FL. He began his career as a wood carver, competing in the Ward World Carving Championship, Ocean City, MD where he consistently won top awards. He then took first place at the first World Fish Carving Championship Saltwater division Virginia Beach, VA. Wishing to change mediums he gained an apprenticeship at the Johnson Atelier in Princeton, NJ where he learned the processes involved In creating bronze sculpture, including mold making and metal-chasing. Gerard has also been an avid outdoorsman his whole life working as a guide, mate, and captain from Alaska to Cabo San Lucas and from Nova Scotia to Venezuela.

Gerard Bartlett

Gerson Rapoport

Gerson Rapoport received his MA in Design from City College, City University of NY. With over 37 years of teaching experience in sculpture, ceramics, craft, and foundry work, Gerson has produced many commissions that are part of private collections, synagogues, and public buildings.

Gerson Rapoport

Peter Rubino

Mr Rubino has achieved international acclaim with numerous private and corporate commissions. “Mother of All Life” a 10 foot historic monument graces the Boyko research center at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, in Beer Sheva Israel and “Angel” a 35 foot monumental figure created for the Walt Disney Co., to name a few. Mr. Rubino’s comprehensive books, “The Portrait in Clay” and “Sculpting the Figure in Clay” are distributed world wide and have been translated into numerous languages. His inspiring workshops utilize the easy to follow step-by-step teaching methods perfected over 35 years as an instructor at prestigious art institutions such as The Brooklyn Museum Art School and The National Academy School of Fine Art in NYC. Mr. Rubino also originated “Symphony in Clay” a unique, high energy, “Extreme Sculpting” performance piece. Portraits of jazz icon Dave Brubeck and sports legend Lou Gehrig are examples of Peter Rubino’s talent for making bronze come to life with vitality.

Peter Rubino