Into the garden you’ll leap, as a vast variety of beautiful, whimsical plants & flowers overwhelm you! Welcome to the world of master sculptor & illustrator Emma SanCartier, otherwise known as ‘OddFauna’. You’ll be learning the skills and techniques to design your own miniature bounty of sculpted plants & flowers from polymer clay with Emma. This hands-on class will have you sculpting and painting your own botanical creations from start to finish. You’ll be leaving the class with the knowledge to create your own miniature world, and the skills to continue this craft at home. Not to mention the cornucopia of delightful creations you’ll be making in class!
Emma SanCartier is an Illustrator and sculptor living in Seattle. Working as a professional artist for 10+ years, Emma has been building a body of work that focuses on fantastical representations of the natural world. Often playing with opposites, Emma’s work can be playful and dark, humorous and emotional.
While illustrating for a diverse range of clients, she has also participated in conventions and gallery shows all over the country. She is currently art directing an indie game based on her OddFauna creatures, where each character in the game is hand sculpted.
All supplies for this workshop are included in the price. Participants receive class packet and any poly clay sculptures they’ve made in class. A signed waiver is required for this class. We will send it to you once you've registered. Classes are non-refundable, but are transferable. In the event the class is cancelled your payment will be refunded. We will be following the Washington state Covid-19 recommended guidelines at the time of each class.
Moth & Myth is located in the Northwest Lofts Building on the second floor in Downtown Seattle in STE #217. We will be greeting you at the entrance to our floor outside the large yellow doors. Our address is117 W Denny Way, Ste 217 Seattle WA 98119
There is an all day parking lot across the street from Moth & Myth that costs $10 for all day, the location ishere. You can also find street parking. On Western Ave there is street parking for up to 4 hours for 0.50 cents an hour. Free street parking on Sundays.