Experience the art of stone carving and sculpture with the help of a master craftsman

Learn and develop new skills in a friendly and relaxed environment

Small classes

Sculpture and carving classes for adults of all levels and abilities

Individualised teaching tailored to each learner

Guidance for students preparing portfolios for FE & HE as well as vocational practice

Materials includedTTools and safety equipment provided

Develop your traditional carving technique or create your own personal sculpture & mark-making project in stone.

Introductory class – £75

4 week course – £250


Sculpture school

Educational & Entertaining Workshops for Individuals & Groups with INGLE-NOOK-ARTS

Every Saturday at The Ingle Nook Workshop, London, E1 5JL

Stone-Carving – 10-1pm

You will be guided on how to carve in stone. During the workshop, you will scratch a design idea—such as a relic, letter from the alphabet, architectural motif, or your horoscope—directly onto a stone tile and learn the art of carving. We’ll review your artwork over a drink and you can take your work home as a keepsake or gift.



Henry Moore Inspired Maquettes – 2-4pm

You will be guided on how to model a Henry Moore inspired maquette and get to take your sculpture home on a small wooden plinth.



Handheld Heads -4-6pm

You will be guided on how to model a hand-sized head from a portrait and get to take your sculpture home on a small wooden plinth.

Class requirements:

Please bring photos of your subject from different angles (front, side, back, top)

Please note: You can also model from life, If you come to the class with a friend!



For further details about INGLE-NOOK-ARTS or to book a place on a workshop, call us on 07904 341 790 or email



Previous Workshops

The North Arch, Beck Rd, London, 2021

The Ingle-Nook workshop, Spitalfields, London, 2017-2019

St Georges Hanover Square Primary School, London, 2012-2017

British Museum, Stone carving in support of ‘Treasures of Heaven Exhibition’, 2011

Central St Martin’s, Stone Carving summer school, 2007.

Portland Sculpture Trust, Portland, 2003.

Contact us


Unit 1
60 Hanbury Street
E1 5JL
07904 341 790