Sculpture is a branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. Traditional sculpture can be broken down into carving (the removal of material) or modelling (the addition of material, as in clay), in stone, metal, ceramics, wood and other materials. In most modern sculpture there has been an almost complete freedom of materials and process allowing almost any object to become a form of sculpture. A wide variety of materials may be worked by removal such as carving, assembled by welding or modelling, or molded, or cast. We carry sets of ceramic and sculpture tools as well as individual tools for your specific sculpture carving needs. As for the clay itself we carry several different products ranging from a simple air dry Das Clay to a hard carving Roma Plastilina.




Amaco’s all-purpose air dry clay is perfect to sculpt, hand model, or throw on a potter’s wheel. Air dry your finished pieces slowly and evenly on all sides. Decorate with paint. Seal with shellac for strength and make it waterproof. This clay can also be fired to cone 04 for hardness/permanence and to glaze. This air dry clay comes in gray, white and terracotta colors as well as in two different sizes a 10lb and 25lb box.
Creative Paperclay


Creative Paperclay
Creative Paperclay is a non-toxic modeling material that can be sculpted, molded or shaped, and air dries (no baking!). It becomes a hard finish that can be carved into, or sanded down and is perfect for artists and crafters of all kinds. Paperclay is clean, odorless and easy to use, it feels similar to an earthen clay; however, it contains no clay in it at all. It adheres easily to wood, canvas, and most surfaces without glue. Paperclay is perfect for sculpture projects making it quick and easy to use.


Das Clay
DAS Air-Hardening Clay is an excellent modeling clay for art projects. This clay hardens in 24 hours and then is usable with any type of decorating medium. Das clay is out of the package moldable so you can work with it right out of the packaging. It is available in white and terracotta as well as in two different sizes, 1lb and 2lb blocks. They are great clays for beginner sculptors and great for craft projects.
Sculpture House



Sculpture House
Sculpture House’s self harding clay comes in a 25lb bundle and is air-hardening water-based clay that works like Plastilina, an oil-based clay. Suitable for modeling over an armature, this clay can also be worked on its own. This natural, water-based direct modeling clay air-dries hard, is durable, and has minimal shrinkage. There is no need for kiln firing, (oven) baking, or casting. Since Claystone is a self-hardening clay, it is wise to keep it moist while sculpting. Once completely dry, the piece can be sealed and painted,stained and even finished with a patina. This clay comes in several different colors and is perfect for multiple projects and large sculptures.
Roma Plastilina
Roma Plastilina is an oil and wax based modeling clay retains its malleability (capable of being manipulated easily). Roma Plastilina No. 3 is the preferred choice among those sculptors modeling smaller pieces such as bas-reliefs, doll heads and miniature figures. In addition its firmness allows the artist to sculpt in greater detail as well as using it for design mock-ups. As with the other ROMA Plastilina clays, since ROMA Plastilina No. 3 is not made with water, it will not harden permanently and is not adversely affected by heat. The clay is packaged in a 2lb wax paper to protect the moisture




Sculpey III
Sculpey III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to creating colorful sculpture projects. This popular oven bake clay maintains tooling and detailing beautifully. Once cured, Sculpey III bakes hard and takes on a matte, bisque-type finish. It’s easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake it.
Super Sculpey
Super Sculpey is a very unique polymer clay, loved by artists, dollmakers and animation studios around the world. With a ceramic-like feel, Super Sculpey is available in a semi-translucent beige that, once baked, captures the glow of real skin. It can also be mixed with Premo or Sculpey III to change the color. As with all of our polymer clays, it is easy to condition right out of the package and stays soft until you bake it. Super Sculpey features fine tooling and detailing characteristics, and does not “fill in” after tooling. Because of the fine tooling and detailing characteristics of Super Sculpey, it is frequently the chosen clay for making prototypes from which molds are made from the Super Sculpey sculptures; then reproductions are made using the molds. Additionally, artists are producing finely detailed finished sculptures using Super Sculpey. After curing in the oven, Super Sculpey can be sanded, drilled carved and painted with water-based acrylic paints.
Premo clay is a conditioned clay that is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Premo comes in a great variety of colors to choose from and they are perfect for artist and architects working on professional projects.