A sculptor is anyone who takes a material or a product and molds it into a given design and shape. The most common material used by a sculptor is clay or using a lump of marble to create it into a statue.
- Art and Craft Teacher
- 3D texturing artist
- Interior designer
- Clay Modeling
- Freelance artist
- Assets Leads
- Associate designer
Minimum qualification- 10+2
- Creative imagination and flair - Self-belief and self-motivation - Manual dexterity
to use tools such as chisels with precision - Good networking skills
to help promote their work - Physical fitness
as the work is often strenuous - Self-discipline to meet deadlines - The ability to work alone or in a team
Courses to be pursued
- BFA in Sculpture
- MFA in Sculpture
- Certificate in Sculpture
University of Mumbai, Fort Campus:
Address: 123, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400032
Phone: 022 2270 8700
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
Address: Ajagara, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221005
Phone: 0542 236 8558
Artists work in different conditions whether it is inside or outdoors. A sculptor works in a private place such as their own house or private studios. Artists can share space where they can exhibit their artwork. They face numerous health issues also because of dust and fumes.
Address: Plot No-444, Main Road, Sector 31, Main Road, Gurugram, Haryana 122001
Phone: 0124 404 1090
A2Z Statue, Jaipur
Address: 26, 80 Feet Rd, Tejaji nagar, Chhayadip Nagar, Mahesh Nagar, Gopal Pura Mode, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302019
Phone: 080055 62625
Vivek K. Agarwal
He is the founder and creative director of Universal India. Their sculptures have been set up at various settings such as IGI Airport,Delhi. The company is skilled at making sculptures with clay, metal, bronze etc.
He is a well-known sculptor, painter and artist in India. His design of the Belgium embassy in New Delhi was selected as one of the finest of the 20th century by the international forum of architects.