Liquid Enamel for Steel and Copper

Enamel, enamel, enamel, enamel, enamel, enamel, enamel – come hear me say enamel a bunch more times..!

My enamelling workbench in Erfurt - organised chaos
My enamelling workbench in Erfurt – organised chaos

I’m teaching a four-week enamel class at Pratt in a week!

Starting on the 18th of November for four Tuesday sessions from 6-10pm, I’ll be taking a group through how to create great designs with liquid enamel. We’ll start from the start, by preparing metals – including sandblasting – and then we will be talking through the finer points of mixing and applying a base of liquid enamel, followed working over and paring back, and then finishing the enamel surface, on both copper and steel.

If you’ve not used liquid – otherwise known as porcelain – enamel, and you’ve been wondering how to identify and prepare recycled steel for your own projects, then this is the workshop for you!

The class is almost full, so if you’re in the Seattle area, get in soon, and if you’re already enrolled, see you in a week!

2 thoughts on “Liquid Enamel for Steel and Copper”

  1. Hi Jo,
    I have done the class as a 2 day class at Danaca Design here in Seattle, as well as a one-day intensive. Earlier this year we offered it at Pratt too, but unfortunately that class didn’t fill so it didn’t run. I don’t have anything lined up for Seattle at the moment, but there will be a workshop on the East Coast at the end of Q1 next year that I’m not yet at liberty to discuss… Which will however be running over week days. If anyone knows of a private enamel studio that I can run it the weekend before, I’m more than happy to extend my trip!

    Cheers for keeping in touch,
    Melissa

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