Susan Shore - Apoxie Sculpture

Susan had creative parents and siblings, and started her art career in middle school with paper Mache ducks. Recently, her efforts have been centered on sculpture and creating a new method for sculpting 3D art forms.

In 2002, Susan discovered Apoxie Sculpt, a self-hardening polymer clay that she combines with her unique method of creating armatures out of floral wire and the Sunday newspaper. Susan is the author of “Adventures in Sculpting,” and teaches classes to create animals, jewelry, flowers, and other abstract items, as well as any other art form her students want to create.

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Learn how to sculpt over wire frame, on wood or canvas using 2-part Apoxie clay.  It is non-toxic, waterproof and can be drilled, sanded and painted.  In addition, you learn how to repair your treasures. Using a 3-step process you can create decorative objects of all kinds including flowers, vases, wall hangings, birds, bowls, fishes, small animals and large animals.  Easy & fun.