Intro to Enameling – Earrings and Pendant
Fusing glass to steel is an ancient form of alchemy that is being used today to create colorful and lasting artwork. Alisa Looney will lead you through the process of creating your own pair of earrings and pendant from start to finish.
Enamel (glass) on steel jewelry is lightweight and fun to wear! The Owl earrings and pendant shown above are samples to give you an idea of what is possible. You are welcome to make a similar design, or invent one of your own, working from sketches, photos, doodles or patterns that inspire you.
Materials and equipment provided for use in class: pre-enameled steel, liquid and watercolor enamels, sgraffito tools, brushes, cutting tools, punch, files, cleaning supplies, pins, boards, kiln and firing rack, earring findings, beads, pliers.
What students will need to bring: sketches or photos for inspiration, fine pointed watercolor brushes various sizes, water bottle and sack lunch.
Pre-registration is required, please email email@example.com
These Intro to enameling workshops are open to any skill level, from beginners to experienced artists, age 14 and above. You are welcome to take multiple classes to increase your practice and develop a body of work. Limited to 5 students per session.
- Saturday, April 26, 2020
- 10 am – 5 pm
- $15 materials fee due at time of workshop
Deadline to register: April 24, 2020
Maximum number of students: 5
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