Learn about the art of leather sculpting with master artist Roger Kull.
Roger Kull has been a full-time artist for 30 years. He creates original, 3-dimensional sculpted leather pictures depicting Native American pottery, First Peoples, dwellings, wildlife, and the indigenous lifestyle of the Native American. His entire workshop consists of two tools: a swivel knife and a clay modeler’s spoon. Each of his pictures is carved completely freehand and dyed and finished with his special touch, turquoise.
This free demonstration is presented in connection with West of Center: Highlights from the Wickenburg Art Club, on view in the Museum’s Cultural Crossroads Learning Center through October.