Enameling Workshop with Delinda September 25th 11am-1pm
High School only. Create an enameled charm using copper for a necklace. Students will have an assortment of colors to choose from.
Limited to 2 people
Learn how to:
Prepare your copper
Drill a hole in copper
Sift vitreous enamel
Fire in an enameling kiln
Attach a jump ring
We will discuss enameling and it’s possibilities while we work.
*To see the process in action, view "A Pretty Penny Enameling Workshop" on our blog http://stellasart14.blogspot.com
About the Artist
Delinda Mariani has worked as a professional artist and art educator for the past 20 years. She has worked with vitreous enamel for 20+ years and has a background in printmaking and mixed media which includes, papermaking, encaustics and painting. She teaches workshops at Stella’s Art Gallery and Ashtabula Fine Arts Center while holding a full time teaching position as an Art Educator for Cleveland Schools. Her work is shown at Stella’s Art Gallery, Flux Metal Arts and Something Different Gallery.
Delinda’s work has also been exhibited at Juma Gallery, Canadian Clay and Glass Museum, Spaces, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Michael Stefan’s, Cleveland Magazine and belongs to a few private collections.
BFA Cleveland Institute of Art
M.Ed. Baldwin Wallace University