In this special workshop, both beginning and continuing enameling students will learn some exciting, different techniques for visual delight. Simple techniques, such as experimental firescale enameling, "3-D" foil enameling, underfiring, and simple cloisonne will be explored. Projects include small wall panels and jewelry. Experimentation is encouraged!
About the Instructor
Lee Haga is a professional metalsmith who resided on the Oregon coast for fourteen years. The shapes and forms of the rocks, waves, sand dunes and forests influenced her art and metalwork. Experimenting with metal is one of the purest pleasures of Lee's life. Now residing in Portland, she runs the Metalsmithing and Jewelry program at Mt. Hood Community College. Her artwork reflects a Japanese influence and has been published and exhibited nationally. Her jewelry has also been exhibited nationally, and her enameled bird images have recently been shown at Audubon Society shows.
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