Enamel Works

Enameling is a complex process of fusing glass grains to metal at very high temperatures in a kiln. It has been around for centuries and if done correctly it will endure for centuries.

Learning to enamel is a life long process and you need great instruction. The results are stunning, but are very challenging. If you would like to learn more about my process you can view my blog post about making a bowl that I donated to the Enamel Society auction in 2017.

I began enameling at Glassell School of Art . ​I have taken several classes with a fabulous teacher, mentor and friend, Jan Harrell. ​

My work is a combination of design, metalsmithing and enameling. ​The work pictured is a representation of what I do, but each piece is different and it can never be reproduced identically.​