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Deborah Harrison Sculpture

Contact name: Deborah Harrison
Total bookings
about 6 years
with CraftCourses

Maker's bio

Deborah, gives you the tools and information to make your own choices and allows your to progress at your own pace with lots of encouragement. She is a multiple award/prize winning sculptor with a specialism in alabaster.

Courses, kits & gifts

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3D Stone Carving Course
2 days
Next date: 27th Jul 2024
4 places left

Recent reviews

All maker's reviews
20 May 24'

Andrew Potter reviewed: 3D Stone Carving Course

"We had a wonderful two days with Debs and learnt a tremendous amount. Debs gave us her professional advice when we needed it but allowed us to develop our own approach. She also has a depth of knowledge about materials, tools, finishes etc which she has been kind enough to share with us. Thank you Debs! P.s. the lemon drizzle cake was pretty good too!"

Deborah Harrison Sculpture responded:

"Thank you Helen and Andrew. Glad you had a good weekend. X"

26 May 22'

juliana reviewed: 3D Stone Carving Course

"Simply the best! I have "fallen in love" with stone carving!! I'll be back for more stone carving courses."

Deborah Harrison Sculpture responded:

"Thank you Julianna. I very much look forward to seeing the development of your contemporary style of carving. "

17 May 22'

Nick Bale reviewed: 3D Stone Carving Course

"Brilliant! Loved it. Debs was so knowledgeable and helpful. Her enthusiasm for all things stone is infectious. Can't wait to try out everything I've learnt at home."

Deborah Harrison Sculpture responded:

"Thank you Nick, you have oodles of talent, you have only just begun. Beautiful piece. "

21 Mar 21'

Susan Cook reviewed: Stone carving in Gloucester

"This is a great weekend workshop. Debs is a really skilled stone carver. She is enthusiastic, encouraging and full of ideas but also keen to let you find your own work of art in a piece of stone. It is suitable for beginners and also for people who have done some carving before and wanting to develop their skills and technique."

Deborah Harrison Sculpture responded:

"Thank you Susie."

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