A major exhibition of contemporary techniques in glass on metal from the British Society of Enamellers.
Opens 12th October at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, London.
Education programme events: Wednesdays 19th & 26th October, 2nd November.
From fine enamel on precious metals in traditional techniques such as basse-taille, champlevé and cloisonné, to experimental wet-process on copper and steel, via high-firing, sgraffito, stencilling and decals, this exhibition will show the wide range of styles in current practice from over 50 artists. Industrial large panels, car badges, regalia and medals from commercial companies contrast with sculptures, exquisite miniature paintings, jewellery and wall panels.
Weds 19 October 6.00 – 8.00pm Jane Short & Elizabeth Campbell in conversation
Weds 26th October 2.00 – 4.30 Guerrilla Enamelling
easy techniques to get started, with films, talks & test pieces, with Jill Leventon
Weds 2 November 1.30 – 3.00pm Curator’s talk & handling session
with Ruth Rushby & Penny Gildea
Tickets via the Goldsmiths’ Centre:
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