Special Topics 6
September 6, 13, 20 & 27, 1-4PM
Instructor: Kay Seurat
Open enrollment: $300.00
Enameling dates back to the 6th century B.C. and is one
of the oldest forms of working with both glass and metal.
Enameled metal could take the place of precious stones in
it is now most often used to create color and pattern on the
surface of wearable art.
Powdered glass is fused to a metal base at high heat ranging between 1400 and 1,650 degrees F. Using a torch or a kiln, the enamel melts, flows, and fuses to the surface.
Experience: Metalsmithing Basics or equivalent