Enamel Surface Design
June 16, 2019 – June 22, 2019
This workshop offers opportunities for students to create exciting surfaces for enameling and to develop rich layers with images, patterns, textures and color. You will experiment with a variety of surface design approaches such as wet flow tricks to produce interesting backgrounds to build upon. Printing methods introduced include botanical prints, Vaseline prints, stamps, and screen-printing using enamel powders and enamel paints. Participants will also learn innovative ways to work with liquid enamel such as string and spatula printing. Explore exciting techniques as you create jewelry or wall pieces. Open to all levels, however basic enameling knowledge is helpful.
COURSE FEE: $675
Kathleen Wilcox has been an enamelist and educator for over 30 years. She currently teaches enamel workshops at art centers, enamel courses and private lessons from her studio in Tallahassee, Florida. Recent exhibits include Best of Show at the Regional Exhibition in the Gadsden Art Center and Museum, Quincy, Florida and the Tallahassee Council on Cultural Affairs Invitational Exhibition featuring Master Artist with community contributions. Wilcox’s work is published and featured in The Art of Enameling and 500 Objects.
In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.