500 Enameled Objects: A Celebration of Color on Metal by Lark Books

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By Lark Books

The vintage artwork of enameling is experiencing a well-merited renaissance—and it’s stunningly captured during this lovingly curated survey. greater than three hundred overseas modern artists have contributed museum-worthy items, which diversity in scale from David C. Freda’s eco-friendly Slipper Brooch and Harlan W. Butt’s Maine Teapot to massive sculptures and public artwork. a few of the creators take a minimalist process, utilizing in basic terms delicate shades and matte finishes, whereas others take advantage of the material’s bright palette and glass-like floor. The wide technical purposes contain every thing from uncomplicated sifting and torch firing to advanced cloisonne and plique-a-jour.

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