Secrets of the Animal World – Clay Modeling

With Greg Scott

Please note, you must be referred to the arts program by either Eating Disorders of York Region’s Riverwalk Wellness Centres or Addiction Services for York Region to participate. Please call 905-886-6632 for more information.

DATES & TIMES: Please inquire.

LOCATION: 15213 Yonge Street, Suite 15, 2nd floor Art Gallery, Aurora

Free of cost. Registration is required.

This workshop will explore the inner world of the animal kingdom.  As we learn to model in clay we will uncover the inner gestures of animals.  No experience required, just bring with you willingness to learn and a love of animals.

Greg Scott is an experienced sculptor and a teacher and will guide through your work. His patience and insights will help you to harness your imagination and manifest it in clay. 

*At least four registrations are required for the group to start as scheduled.  If there is insufficient registration received the week before the group is scheduled to begin, the group may be cancelled or postponed.

Only those who have registered for the program may attend (please do not bring family or friends if they have not registered).

IMPORTANT: Registration for any program is complete when you receive a confirmation email: confirmations will be forwarded the next business day.  If you do not receive an email, please contact the office.  (Only if you are registered will you receive any updates, for instance, if a session is cancelled (due to weather, etc.). Please note, only those who have registered for the program may attend, please do not bring family or friends if they have not registered.

Other programs with Greg Scott - Wood and Soapstone Carving

Thank you for the opportunity to participate in your Woodcarving classes with Greg.

The course was a great chance to see if carving wood was something I would like to pursue as I approach a period in my life where I will have more time on my hands.

Greg has a very relaxed teaching style and was knowledgeable about wood carving and other artsy tips for completing my project.

The main thing I took from the course was that I can slow down and actually carve something and create something out of nothing. Many times I would think during the course that a certain power tool would speed up this process but realize that that would defeat the whole purpose of just enjoying what I am doing at whatever speed it takes.

- Wood Relief Carving Participant