METALS SUMMER SESSION 3
JUNE 18–30, 2023
Enamel: Ware and Wear
In this workshop students will make enamelware and/or enamel to wear. We’ll focus on construction techniques that will allow us to make and fire larger and more dynamic objects. Using basic forming and fabrication methods in copper and steel, each student will make a series (3+ pieces depending on scale and complexity) that focuses on the enameled surface. Metal techniques will include hand fabrication, silver soldering, hydraulic press, sinking, scoring and bending, and using a micro welder. Enamel techniques will include sifting, spraying, dipping, underglaze pigments, and finishing. All levels. Upper metals studio.
Note: the studio fee for this workshop is estimated at $200-225 per student.
Studio artist; teaching: Columbus State University (GA), Western Michigan University, East Carolina University (NC); collections: Yale Museum of Art (CT), The Museum of Arts and Design (NYC), Racine Art Museum (WI), Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Enamel Foundation (CA), Houston Museum of Fine Art; representation: Charon Kransen Arts (NYC), Mora Jewelry (NC), Form & Concept (NM), Penland Gallery.