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Enameling is the process of fusing powdered glass to metal. Usually, a large kiln heated to at least 1500 degrees is used to achieve the bond. However, it is possible to use a torch-firing technique to achieve the same result — which students will learn in this class. First, we will design and saw a copper pendant, then apply several layers of enamel on both sides of the pendant to add color. The result is a smooth, shiny, colored surface. Students can also create a satin, matte, or textured finish using a variety of techniques and tools. The pendant can be worn using cotton cord.


  • Jolynn Santiago

    Jolynn Santiago


    Jolynn is an artist and educator from Ohio. She received her BFA in Jewelry Metal and Enameling from Kent State University. After working as a Bench Jeweler in New York City, she pursued an MFA in Metal from the State University of New York at New Paltz, where she was an Instructor of Record. Jolynn was a 2019 2020 Artist-in-Residence at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Most recently, she was a faculty member at Montgomery University and Towson University, as well as an instructor at the Baltimore Jewelry Center.

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  • Apr 27, 2024

  • Apr 28, 2024

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Day 1


Standard Price $175
Workshop (Member Only)
Member Price $157.50


40 Sears Ln

Sears Lane 40

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