Llewelynn Fletcher’s work addresses the body as a material space of reflection and transformational potential. Collaboration is an element of her overall practice which manifests...
The sculpture programs at UNM offer an exciting and diverse choice of approaches toward working three-dimensionally.
Options include techniques in woodworking, metal fabrication and casting. Additive and subtractive processes in hard and soft materials as well as innovative approaches to installations and site-specific works are also included in our area.
Take a 360º Tour of the Sculpture Lab
Tour the woodworking, metal fabrication, and casting rooms. Along with two large workrooms that are included in the sculpture lab area.
Take a 360º Tour of the Mattox Sculpture Center (Graduate Student and Faculty Access)
Tour the spaces dedicated to graduate students and faculty: wood shop, metal shop, mezzanine, and a third floor MFA Studio.
Sculpture courses introduce students to varieties of topics that range from functional sculpture and design to political and public engagement to the purely aesthetic. Advanced sculpture focuses on thesis and the development of individual projects. Although primarily set up for construction techniques, carving, modeling, mold making, bronze casting, installation are all included as part of our curriculum.
Randall Wilson seamlessly integrates craft, design and intuition in his artwork. Beginning with technical principles of multi-material construction and expanding...
Stephanie J. Woods
"My work fuses a relationship between fiber and digital technology to examine performative behavior and the cognitive effects of forced cultural assimilation. My research surveys the psychological impact of intergenerational trauma, the politicization of afro hair, and unravels the everyday coping devices...