Sunday, January 8, 2012

Oh, and I'm still teaching....

Enameling- Beginning to Advanced at the Mesa Arts Center
Wednesdays 6-9pm starting January 18- May 9! 16 weeks.

Some enameling samples, from L-R:
Raku, cloisonne, painting and sgraffito/carving/sifting
Enameling: Introduction to Advanced
Instructor: Jewel Clark
  • Enameling is the ancient art of fusing ground colored glass to a metal surface.
  • Please visit for a detailed explanation if you would like to learn more about the process.
  • Students will learn the basics of enameling: metal prep, sifting, enamel chemistry, and firing.
  • Specific techniques include: stencils, wet-packing, raku, basse-taille and more, such as cloisonne, foil, separation and crackle, as the pace of the class allows.
  • This class is designed to give the beginning student a strong foundation in enamel techniques.
  • Returning students may sit in on lectures and/ or work on their own projects with access to instructor help.
  • Make sure our registrar has your email address for contact by instructor prior to the class.
  • No class Nov 23
Download the Materials List (pdf)
Classroom: Lapidary Studio
ages 16 and older /16 weeks

CAW12JE005-01 W Jan 18- May 9 6- 9pm $278R $333NR


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