These enamel on copper samples were made under the expert guidance of Miss Vickie on Saturday. We used a 'crow' pen (similar to a traditional quill) to draw black outlines on prefired white enamel. Then we went back with a paintbrush and watercolor enamel to add color and fire a third time. This was all done using a Little Torch.
I've enameled before, but never with a torch, never with a pen, never with a paintbrush, never with this kind of imagery, never with such a detachment to the outcome, never with such delight in the results.
These little disks are destined to become some sort of brooch and each will be gifted to the other ladies of the play date as a reminder of our time together.
|Just a small sample of the fabulous food made byLorena's husband Jorge. Between his feasts and|
the ones prepared by Vicky, my Texas experience was a gourmand's delight!
We might even make this a yearly thing. Next year in Richmond, after I move. Although the food won't be nearly as yummy with me presenting it. You notice I didn't say cooking...