Konrad Dunton has been active in the arts all of his life. Both in his academic training and professional life he has been dedicated to the arts. His career path has spanned the traditional medias as well as digital, producing sculptural and digital works for film and games as well as for traditional art venues and clientele. 
In film he has been creative as a computer graphics artist, in commercial work and feature length movies.
In the game industry he has produced titles primarily for console and PC.
In traditional art he has been expressive in many media, but his love is in the sculptural and figurative realm. The materials he uses in his work are also diverse: Steel, bronze, fiberglass, ceramics, stone, wood, synthetic clays and glass.

Traditional Media

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konrad dunton
konrad dunton

Digital Media

Teaching at Fort Mason

Sculpting from Model in Clay

Throughout the year I teach figurative sculpting using live models. 

The sessions are differently themed and the model holds the same pose for the duration of the workshop. 

I use a unique approach to sculpting in clay, which I have developed over the years and which allows for unique designs and few finishing step before firing the final work.

Sessions are usually Mondays from 6 pm to 10 pm  and last 8 weeks.  

(see website for details) 

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Working with Ceramic Clay (discontinued until we have a permanent art center)

Throughout the year I teach workshops in working with ceramic clay.

The sessions cover a variety of topics concerning the use of ceramic clay and it's finishing. A variety of work methods will be covered, from hand-building, to throwing on a wheel, to slip molds.

The emphasis is on building familiarity with the medium, so as to enhance your ability to express your artistic endeavors - what ever they may be - in clay.

Sessions are usually Thursdays from 6 pm to 10 pm  and last 7 weeks.  

(see website for details) 

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​Aug. 22 - Oct. 17  2022

Teaching Figurative Sculpture:

Dynamic Figure In Clay

I will be teaching figurative sculpting through our new non-profit Fort Mason Artists, at our temporary location in Glen Park, where participants work from a live model.

What: 8 sessions of sculpting from model at the MPIC Clubhouse in the great company of other artists.

 

When: Monday evenings

Time: From 6:15 pm to 10:15 pm

For more details visit my website:

To register visit the school website:

​Oct. 24 - Dec. 19  2022

Teaching Figurative Sculpture:

The Head, Hand and Foot

I will be teaching figurative sculpting through our new non-profit Fort Mason Artists, at our temporary location in Glen Park, where participants work from a live model.

What: 8 sessions of sculpting from model at the MPIC Clubhouse in the great company of other artists.

 

When: Monday evenings

Time: From 6:15 pm to 10:15 pm

For more details visit my website:

To register visit the school website:

Past Events

​May. 16 - June 27  2022

Teaching Figurative Sculpture:

The Standing Figure

I will be teaching figurative sculpting through our new non-profit Fort Mason Artists, at our temporary location in Glen Park, where participants work from a live model.

7 sessions of sculpting from model at the MPIC Clubhouse in the great company of other artists.

 

Monday evenings from 6:15 pm to 10:15 pm

For more details visit the website below.

​Mar 14 - May 9  2022

Teaching Figurative Sculpture:

The Seated Figure

I will be teaching figurative sculpting through our new non-profit Fort Mason Artists, at our temporary location in Glen Park, where participants work from a live model.

8 sessions of sculpting from model at the MPIC Clubhouse in the great company of other artists.

 

Monday evenings from 6 pm to 10 pm

For more details visit the website below.

​Jan 17 - March 7  2022

Teaching Figurative Sculpture:

The Reclining Figure

I will be teaching figurative sculpting through our new non-profit Fort Mason Artists, at our temporary location in Glen Park, where participants work from a live model.

8 sessions of sculpting from model at the MPIC Clubhouse in the great company of other artists.

 

Monday evenings from 6 pm to 10 pm

For more details visit the website below.

Collateral Damage
Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage Ceramic w:12" x d:8" x h:9"

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Belonging
Belonging

Belonging Bronze, steel, glass w:18" x d:8" x h:11"

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Adjustment
Adjustment

Adjustment Ceramic, steel, found objects, pigment w:19 x h:36 x d:8"

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Collateral Damage
Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage Ceramic w:12" x d:8" x h:9"

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