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Master Class Linda Darty

Cloisonné Enameling: Color, Light and Line
Sunday, June 2 – Tuesday, June 4, 2019


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 Explore the rich beauty of cloisonné enameling over copper or fine silver, working with transparent color on small jewelry scale pieces. We will focus on blending colors to achieve value gradations, luminosity, and depth to create beautiful gem-like surfaces. Foils can be used beneath colors to create special effects and we will discuss matte finishing techniques and setting options unique to enameling. Students will be challenged to work at their own level of experience and should expect to complete one or two small cloisonné pieces during the three-day workshop

Who should take this class?

All levels of jewelry makers can take this class. Beginners are welcome!

3-day class fee: $1,145 plus $100 kit fee.

Added benefits for Master Class students:

  • Waived registration fee.
  • Advance registration for general classes.
  • Fun-filled tote bag.
  • Special event tickets.
  • Graduation celebration.
  • Transportation to class location.
  • Breakfast and lunch on class days.
  • Commemorative Show bead, pin, and T-shirt.

Linda is a jewelry professor at East Carolina University and founder/director of the ECU Italy Intensives study abroad program in Tuscany, where she currently lives and teaches. She has an extensive international exhibition record, is the author of The Art of Enameling, and frequently teaches workshops on enameling in the U.S. and abroad. Linda is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award for research from East Carolina University, the Board of Governors Award for teaching excellence, and the Life Time Achievement Award from The Enamelist Society. Her work is in public and private collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London & the Museum of Art and Design in New York City.

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