In this information packed 3 Day workshop, Jan will be teaching some exciting new advances in mark making for enamelists. This technique was taught by Jan at the 2017 Enamelists Conference in Gatlinburg TN. Each participant will process two letter size silkscreens. The screens can be used to directly screen on flat forms but also are utilized to create decals that can be adhered to 3 dimensional forms. This process is appropriate for small scale jewelry, flat panel work, and sculptural objects.
There will be a recap of general enameling techniques and principals, so even beginners will be welcome.
BIO: Jan Harrell has been involved in the enamel medium for over 35 years. She received her BFA in jewelry and enamel from Texas Tech University in 1974 and her MFA in sculpture from the University of Houston Texas in 2007. For the last 27 years she has been the enameling instructor at the Glassell School of Art, the teaching school for the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas. She also teaches workshops all across the US. Jan exhibits jewelry scale and small object work nationally and internationally. Throughout her career she has been the recipient of numerous awards. Her work is included in several books on enameing and metalsmithing. View her work on the web site www.janharrell.com
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner, Intermediate
Workshop Fee: $390. ADCMember/ $425. Non Member
Lab Fee approximately $25.
Tool and supply list will be sent to registrants prior to the workshop.
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