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Yuli’s sculpture workshop was full of helpful instruction, good people and friendly vibes.  The space (temporary, I understand), is a bit hard to find, but once inside it’s light and airy; a perfect place to get stuck in with clay – I felt like a kid again – there’s something therapeutic about getting your hands dirty and creating something. Not that the creation is easy; Yuli started us with simple shapes – pyramid, ball, cube – which are surprisingly difficult.  From there you can go as far as you want and release your inner Michelangelo.  Which reminds me of a story. Michelangelo and his friend Giuseppe walk into a bar … (see my new writing book for the outcome).
Paul Sochaczewski

 

 


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