Jessica Calderwood is an assistant professor of art at the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh. Her work has been exhibited internationally and across the United States, through inclusion in curated and juried exhibitions. Jessica has been awarded residencies with Mesa Arts Center and the John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry Program. Jessica’s work has been published in Metalsmith Magazine, American Craft, NICHE, Ornament, the Lark 500 series, and The Art of Enameling. Among other exhibitions in recent years, she was included in PSAD’s 2013 National Jewelry and Metals Invitational.
Working from personal sketches and reference images, in this two day participants will learn how to draw and paint using vitreous enamel. Starting with sheet copper and porcelain coated steel, students will transform their source images into works of art. Participants will create new work through enamel sifting processes, underglaze pencils, ceramic oxides, and overglaze painting. A strong direction with regard to personal imagery and mark-making will help guide you through the workshop. Basic metalworking skills are helpful, but are not required.
Jessica Calderwood • The Enameled Image
Tuition $290 • materials and supplies additional.
For more information call 270.408.4278 email WK-PSA@kctcs.edu
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