Screenprinting on Enamel

Some Experience Required
February 17 & 24, 2024 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm View in Your Timezone

Enamel surfaces are the perfect medium for pattern, graphic imagery, and photographic transfer. In this workshop we will explore the technique of creating and then utilizing a pre-emulsified screen to transfer your unique patterns and designs onto enameled surfaces. The screens you create are flexible and easy to use, which is ideal for both three-dimensional surfaces and flat planes. Learn to make enamel inks that are water soluble and can be used in other enamel applications as well.



All of our online workshops are recorded and, with purchase of the seat in the class, you have access to the recording(s) between workshop sessions as well as for 45 days after the workshop ends.

Meet the Instructor

Tanya Crane

Tanya Crane is a Professor of the Practice in Metal at The School of the Muesum of Fine Arts at Tufts in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work has been recognized through awards and publication and she is in the collections of numerous museums throughout the United States and Canada.


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