From: $228.71

PREREQUISITE: Any skill level

Now that the enamel sticks to the metal and does not pop off—what other techniques are there? This workshop is for new students or for students who have taken the previous 3-day workshop.

In this fast-paced 2-day workshop, students will be able to move beyond the flat surface onto a small dimensional form, such as a saucer, bowl, or dapped domes that can be used in jewelry pieces.

Students will explore some alternate and underused enamel techniques. Many of the older techniques- sgraffito, basse taille, liquid enamel, and embellishments. Jan will have some new spins that she’s developed from 25 years of teaching in a continuing program of enamels at the Glassell School of Art in Houston, Texas. Exciting screening and decal techniques have really expanded the ability to add decorative patterns to enamel. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own shapes to create some finished pieces using some of their sample exercises.

Jan will bring lots of samples of the various techniques and will provide several small pre-coated metal to do quick and easy samples. She will also share a special PowerPoint presentation, possibly on the second day.

Come ready to broaden your enamel vocabulary with some new approaches to this wonderful medium that has us all fascinated.

Find out more about Jan Harrell here.


February 6 & 7, 2020.   9:30AM to 4:30PM


LOCATION: Multiplicity Studio (please see below for address and contact info)


KIT FEE: $48.71 ($45+$3.71 sales tax)


  • Various expendables  (e.g., lusters, sunshine colors, mason stains, paper stencils, liquid white enamel)
  • 4 enamel-coated steel tiles – 3 x 3
  • 7 unleaded opaque enamels
  • 6 transparent unleaded enamels
  • Medium Fusing Flux #2030 & Flux #2015

Shared use tools/materials provided by Instructor:

  • Expendables
  • 2-inch sifters – 80/100/200 mesh
  • Firing Forks, Firing Racks, and Suspension Racks/Kiln Furniture
  • Firing Gloves for each kiln
  • Buffet warming tray

Supplies students should bring:

  • Personal Eye/Safety Glasses

Also available for purchase:

  • Crown sprayers – $10 (Available for purchase during class from Jan)

Additional Information:

  • Bring a sack lunch or be prepared to make an order for delivery. A refrigerator and water cooler are available for student use.
  • Studio Rules: Closed-toe shoes are required. Do not wear loose clothing that could get caught in rotary tools. Wear long hair tied back.
  • Lodging information: KATY AREA HOTELS



If minimum enrollment is not met within 30 days of the start date, the Visiting Artist may cancel the workshop. In this instance, all paid students will be fully refunded. If students cancel their enrollment 30 or more days from the start date of a paid Visiting Artist workshop, they will receive a full refund. Cancellations within 29 or fewer days from the start date of a paid Visiting Artist workshop will not be refunded.