Enamelling with Barbara Ryman
Painting and Drawing with Vitreous Enamel
Skill level: Intermediate to advanced^
Estimated material cost: $80 dependent on project/ level*
Enamelling is a beautiful, many coloured and expressive art form that allows you to create work that can be used for jewellery or as miniature panels!
In this workshop you will explore and experiment with painting and drawing enamel techniques. It is designed to provide you with the opportunity to progress your skills and further investigate expressive forms of enamelling.
For the more experienced enamellers you will have a go at using foils and trying out some sugar fired surface techniques in this class.
^If you have done any of Barbara’s or other enamelling courses where you have done wet packing or sifting with enamels AND are competent in firing the enamels in a kiln, you should be able to join this class.
Enamelling has been the central medium of Barbara Ryman’s thirty five years as a jeweller and enamel artist. She has exhibited widely; her work is in collections in Australia and overseas.
She has received many awards including a ‘Special Award by Jury’ in 2018 for her work in the 52nd International Enamelling Art Exhibition held in the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan.
Barbara’s work utilises both traditional and experimental techniques.
Her latest solo exhibition “Fragment” was held in March 2016 at the Stanley St Gallery in Sydney, NSW; her next solo show will be there in October 2019.