Enameling on 3-Dimensional Forms: Creating a Pendant

Experience the process of sawing and filing copper sheet metal, drilling holes, and bending sheet metal into dynamic forms, sifting opaque and/or transparent vitreous enamel of various colors onto the metal surface, firing single or multiple layers of vitreous enamel in the kiln until achieving expected surface texture, and finely finishing the exposed metal edge with liver of sulfur. Toolkits and all materials will be provided.

Enroll now—space is limited to 12 participants.

Photo credit:  IU Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design


Section At-A-Glance

Date(s): 3/7/2020 - 3/8/2020
Registration Deadline: 3/6/2020 12:00:00 AM
Fee: $125.00
Estimated Effort: 8.00 Hours/Week
Course Type: In-Person

Meeting Times and Locations

Primary Location - Fine Arts Building, Rooms 203 and 210

Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design Studio

1201 E 7th St

Bloomington, IN 47405


Locations may change per Meeting

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