Discover Your Enamel Voice
The "Explorer" Level
This class is for students with some enameling experience, but who would like to advance their ability to feel free with enamel color layers. This is not a beginning enameling class!
The "Warrior" Level
This class is designed for students who have studied with me previously or have a strong background in enameling and would like to advance their ability to apply their skills and knowledge artistically.
The Creative Color Class
Learn, play, and create with enamel
"Color, Layers, and Light"
Make the leap from "technique" to "personal enamel imagery
Learn and improve your technical skills, and your artistic skills
and understand the relationship between the two skill sets.
Answer the perplexing question:
"How do I make the image that is inside of my head?"
Learn to translate your dreams into enamel!
In this six week long class,
depending on your experience level and your commitment,
- 6 weeks and 6 Lessons
- Weekly: 2 hours demo/lecture/Q&A
- Each week: 1 hour "Office Hours" mid-week discussion/critique
- Total 18 hours of studio class time
- Introductory Price: $250
Enamel "color, layers, and light"
Here is what you get:
- Level 1: Learn the "how-to" skills and techniques.
- Level 2: Learn how to apply the techniques to create enamel "vocabulary".
- Level 3: Learn to imagine and translate with your new vocabulary to discover your "enamel voice".
We begin with basic techniques and gradually add more challenging layers and levels.
Discover YOUR Process!
I designed a "tutorial" to teach myself how to make this piece.
I will not teach you HOW to "make this piece".
Making this piece required a PROCESS.
Discovering YOUR Process of teaching yourself is our goal.
You can create YOUR tutorial so that you can
make YOUR artwork.
I did not learn some specific "enamel skills" and then immediately make this piece.
I will teach you the enamel skills that I used. They are included in the 6 Week Class. Perhaps more importantly, I will share with you the process that I used to "teach myself how to make this piece". The ability to design and make a piece like this didn't just appear out of thin air. It did not come from a "happy accident". There were successes and failures along the way. I learned from each of them. What did I like? What didn't I like? The imagery evolve through samples, experiments, and several series of finished pieces. And the enamel imagery evolved as I discovered clarity in my enamel voice.
You can teach yourself to make the enamel artwork that is in your head. Or perhaps the artwork that you sometimes just catch a glimpse of in your imagination.