Modelling and spatial creation builds on the ability to experience tactile sensations and results in deliberate sculptural expression. All themes can be rendered by the child in two ways, freeform or relief.

A child gets to know the features of different malleable materials or given spatial elements. 

Figurative modelling from imagination is followed by a range of themes that are closely related to nature. Through motivation of natural motifs we explore the basic building principles of balance, stability and lability, full and empty shapes, plastic textures, rhythms and contrasts.

When modelling with clay, students use appropriate tools, wooden spatulas and metal eyelets.


  • paper

  • cardboard

  • metal foil

  • sculpting clay

  • ceramic clay

  • twine

  • wires

  • natural materials

  • artificial materials

  • aerated concrete

Complete modelling gallery
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