Hello sculpture lovers and anyone curious about ceramic art!
This is the studio! The place where I have been able to create ceramic art and to explore the new ways Montreal has shaped my work. Nothing was more pleasant than the quiet hours in mid-winter’s off season when I could come in anytime and sculpt in solitude and take challenging new directions. Well, it is three years already and it is time to celebrate. Joel, myself and Gilbert will be at the studio to say hello and to explain our work and give a nod to the wonderful art that is clay sculpture.
Atelier de Sculpture du Village
1206, boul. de Maisonneuve East,
Montreal H2L 1Z9 (metro Beaudry)
We are hosting a two day open house event to celebrate the third year of the Atelier de sculpture du Village, a gallery and private art school. Come and meet the owner and founder of the studio, Joel A. Prévost, and the artist in residence, Lauren Trimble.
There will be a sculpting demonstration with a live model from 6 – 9pm each evening by Joel A. Prévost. See how neo-classical sculpting is done by a master!
In 2009, Joel A. Prévost founded the Atelier de sculpture where he teaches sculpture with live models to students at various levels, including professional artists and designers seeking advanced 3D rendering in the human body. As one of the few studios to offer this type of training and having a kiln that can fire pieces of 30 inches, the ASV is frequented by students from other regions of Quebec and even from abroad. Prévost is represented by various art galleries including Beauchamp (Quebec, Toronto, Baie-Saint-Paul) and his sculptural works are in many private collections and businesses in Canada, the United States, France, New Zealand, Australia and China. http://www.claysculptingstudio.com
On Saturday evening there will be an exhibition of the newest work by Lauren Trimble with wine provided by Jennifer Jones of Barefoot Wines, http://www.barefootwine.com.
Lauren Trimble is a ceramic artist who has been creating several new series of works as artist in residence and who has also taught ceramic sculpting classes at the Atelier de sculpture. Her work is currently online at Esty and she has shown in numerous galleries on the West Coast and more recently in Montreal. http://www.etsy.com/shop/LaSculpteure
We are also open during the daytime so feel free to stop by and say hello and visit one of Montreal’s dedicated clay and sculpting studios.