Enamelling is an ancient art and a mysterious alchemy dating back to 16th century BC. Today enamellers continue to push the boundaries of how they can apply powdered glass onto metal surfaces to create their very best work.
The story of this complex and colourful craft is told through examples of contemporary enamelling by distinguished members of the British Society of Enamellers (BSoE), such as Jane Short, Ruth Ball, Tamar de Vries Winter, Phil Barnes, Sheila McDonald, Alex Raphael and Joan Mackarell, as well as work from new graduates such as Sophie Warringham & Mark Newman, with examples of commercial & industrial enamelling.
In partnership with the British Society of Enamellers.
12th October - 18th November 2016
Mon - Fri : 9am - 6pm
The Goldsmiths' Centre
42 Britton Street
Free - no tickets required!
The exhibition travels around the country including Assay Office Birmingham, the Academy of Makers, Freeman College, Sheffield and Mid Wales Arts Centre.