At the Falls


20 X 20.5 X 18

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ud Hartmann was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1948. He was raised in Bedford, New York and received his B.A. from Hobart College in Geneva, New York in 1970. His artistic career has not followed a conventional route. It was not until after college that he began to sculpt.

He is completely self-taught, and has had no formal art training. His early sculpture was in wood, stone, and marble. He now works exclusively in bronze. While a college history major, Hartmann read about the Northeast tribes and found himself fascinated.

This fascination stayed with him, and in 1983, he began what has developed into an ambitious and major life work – creating a series of bronzes of the American Northeast Indians.

Jud Hartmann’s primary artistic focus since 1983, has been the creation of a series of limited-edition bronze sculptures entitled: The Woodland Tribes of the Northeast – the Iroquoians and Algonkians. Unlike the countless bronzes depicting the American West beginning with artists like Frederick Remington and Charlie Russell, this series represents for the first time in sculpture, an exploration of the Eastern Woodland Tribes. It is far and away the most in-depth portrayal of Northeastern Indians ever done.

Jud Hartmann Sculpture, Bronze 20 X 20.5 X 18 (Interest categories: Bronze, Diorama, Native Americans, Sculpture, Sculptures and Accent Pieces, Fine Art, Art Gallery, Jud Hartmann Artist)

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Sunday 9:30am-5:00pm

Workshop Materials List

1. Clay – Chavant Le Beau Touche. Get the regular clay, not HM (high melt).
2. Clay warming devices, a metal bucket with a clamp on heat lamp or 100 W bulb works great.
3. Tie wire.
4. Aluminum foil.
5. Scissors.
6. Favorite sculpture tools.
7. Plank of wood (pine) approximately 8″ x 8″ x 2″.
Bring as many planks as you wish…the wood is used as the base for your sculpture.
8. Plumber’s pipe, 1/2″ threaded: Bring several different lengths…up to 10″…not PVC pipe.
Plumber’s pipe T joint.
Plumber’s pipe couplers.
Plumber’s pipe flange.
9. Screws and screwdriver to secure the flange to wood…this may be done before you arrive. (Place flange in the center of plank)
10. Wire cutters
11. Needle nose pliers
12. Rubber mallet.
13. Spatula
14. Measuring devices such as rulers, measuring tape, dividers, and calipers.
15. Because we concentrate on BIRDS IN FLIGHT, live models in the classroom are more distracting than useful. I will demonstrate the technique of constructing a cantilevered bird armature that can be used for many different bird species and will show you how to assemble shapes to capture the “gist” of the specific bird.
16. Bird field guides such as Peterson, Stokes, Golden, or Sibley. Sibley’s Guide to Birds (not Sibley’s Guide to Bird Life and Behavior) is best if bringing only one field guide. This popular book can usually be purchased at any bookstore.
17. Bring your laptop to the class if possible.
18. Bring your sketchbook.

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