Welcome to my blog about Enamels & Enameling of Cloisonne Jewelry, Plique a Jour, Champleve and many other Enamel Jewelry Techniques. This site is a donation of everyones time to further the education of the fine art of enameling.
Each Topic on the left of this page is a chapter that is constantly growing as I add demos and information to them. So visit often and learn the beautiful art of Cloisonne and many other Enamel techniques.
I create Gold Enamel Jewelry, from my own designs and custom enamel jewelry. It is wonderful to help a client design a unique piece of jewelry that is like no one else’s. I don’t know about you but I do not like to look like everyone else. I am a unique individual and want what I wear to say so. If you ever want to take your enamel jewelry, plique a jour or cloisonné jewelry to the next level do not hesitate to contact me to help. I only create the finest enamel jewelry.
2015 The Enamelist Society Conference
Save the dates for Alchemy 3, August 5-12, 2015 in Beverly, MA.
Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA will host Alchemy 3, our 2015 biennial (every 2 years) Conference, Workshops and Juried Exhibitions. The Conference will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday August 7- 9: Pre- Conference Workshops on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 5-7; and Post-Conference Workshops on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday August 10, 11, and 12th.
Workshops presented by enameling artist: Jessica Calderwood, Gillie Byrom, Delia Dante, Cynthia Ed, Amy Lyons, Jim Malenda, Dennis Nahabetian, Barbara Seidenath and Patsy Croft.
Come join us in learning and sharing more about enameling!
My KILNS for enameling and other artist needs. Jewelers, potters, glass work, and PMC Kilns. They are hot, fast, portable and most affordable. Kilns with 5 Star reviews!
Here is a quick view of our 55F-IP model. This is the 5 x 5 interior with an Analog controller. I have just launched my dedicated website for these kilns. Check it out here Kilns
We just had our first International order ship! Very exciting.
My venture in enameling recently has led to broadening my development of Plique a Jour. A magazine cover from a Garden and Gun a few years ago really triggered it.
My first though when it arrived was “how beautiful this flower would be in plique! You might have seen the first jewel I created from this image,