SNAG Member $150
Student SNAG Member $120
Non-SNAG Member $195
To investigate the development of an exciting series of enamel surfaces, using the basic vocabulary of mark-making familiar to all visual artists.
Starting by mark-making/drawing through a fine layer of (wet-process) unfired enameil. This technique is known as Sgraffito and is creating using a variety of tools for making fluid and spontaneous forms of drawing. Sensitive and delicate lines can be achieved as well as bold and strong marks, ranging from the very subtle to the most sumptuous. After the first firing this process is repeated until the surface is complete.
The enamel surface is further enhanced by abrading and stoning.
- participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
- please see the suggested materials list here Coming Soon!
- students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days
Elizabeth Turrell studied at the Central School of Art and Design, London. She is artist, maker, teacher and researcher. Her studio is in Bristol, she works with artists; exhibits national and internationally and taught workshops and lecture in the UK, USA, Sweden, Australia, the Netherlands, Taiwan and India.