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Santos Cage Dolls II: Inspired Figures

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Santos Cage Dolls II: Inspired Figures

The registration price for this 4+ hours of content course is $42.00.  This course is instantly available upon payment and you will have LIFETIME ACCESS* to the videos.This course is no longer live and the instructor may not be available for questions.

To register please click the +join in the upper right hand corner, pay and you will be instantly in the class.  All video content can be found along the right hand side of the page under "course content".


This course is being taught by Jennifer Rizzo

If you would like to take Santos Cage Dolls I click HERE. This first course is not a prerequisite for Santos Cage Dolls II: Inspired Figures.

Let's dive into clay, plaster, wood, concrete and wire to make Santos and art dolls! If you've taken the first Santos dolls class, this class expands on earlier material and introduces new techniques,projects and doll forms!

We'll make 2 traditional Santos dolls,one with a traditional cage base, and the other standing, and then head off into making art dolls inspired by nature and birds,such as "She takes flight", "Wearing feathers and wire","Sunflower girl" and concrete mini-dolls for garden fairies. We'll also make the easiest Santos doll ever using something completely unexpected!

We'll use ordinary and accessible household items to make armatures and frames, and learn different facial sculpting techniques, and skills such as making molds of faces and heads, and casting in plaster to be able to recreate elements of our dolls so they can easily be reproduced. We'll make wings from various materials and work with wire, wood, plaster, concrete, paint, wire mesh and more!


I love mixing all kinds of materials, and getting my hands dirty, and I am so excited to share this class and help open your inspiration and create with you!

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