Suspended Topographies In Enamel
June 20 - 25, 2021
Tanya Crane · tanyamoniquejewelry.com
Workshop at a glance
Discover intentional and experimental approaches in enameling to capture those moments on the surface of metal.
- Discover different approaches to enameling
- Exploring materials such as sand, steel, silver and gold foil
- Liquid and dry-sifting enamels
- Metals and enamels
- Sand, steel, silver, copper, and gold foil
- Glass beads and ceramic tiles
- Enameled forms and ompositions
- Various material explorations with enameling
Tanya Crane is a professor of the Practice at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. She received degrees in Metal and Jewelry from SUNY New Paltz and the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Crane received the 2017 Artist Award from the Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston and has attended several metals and enamel residencies including the Smitten Forum, Haystacks Artist Residency, and Project Mesh at Pocosin Arts.
New worlds are ready for students to discover in enameling. You will uncover intentional and experimental approaches in enameling to capture those moments on the surface of metal. There will be an emphasis on exploring the potential of natural materials such as sand, steel, silver, and gold foil as well as glass beads as a means of creating spontaneous surfaces. Participants will learn about liquid and dry-sifting enamels as well as painting enamels. Class demonstrations focus on composition and finishing techniques. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $600 · materials list
Registration Opens February 1, 2021.
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