Images into Enamel with Tilly Wilkinson

Coming soon, limited places left – book now

**Saturday and Sunday 7th and 8th July 2012
I am very excited to announce a Special Two Day Enamelling workshop with Guest Tutor Tilly Wilkinson here in my studio in Glaisdale. Tilly was formerly an Art and Design teacher but has now been enamelling for quite a number of years. She is a Craftsman of the Guild of Enamellers,
regional representative for the Guild for the Northwest of England and North Wales and the Guild’s Chairman for 2011-12. She works work mainly on copper and silver and design and makes all of her own pieces.

Images into enamel with Tilly Wilkinson

Enamelling on copper and steel using riso screens. Learn how to make your own silk screens to produce a range of images, either from existing illustrations/ photographs or from your own drawings. Produce colourful and beautiful wall panels from these images on either copper or steel. Suitable for those who are new to enamelling or those with some enamelling experience. A range of ready made screens will also be available for you to use. There will be a charge for copper and steel used during the course. The maximum size of copper or steel will be 100mm x 100mm, smaller pieces will be available. Riso screen material will be charged at £3.50 per A4 sheet.

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Enamels and equipment are included in the course fee.
The course fee is £150 per person for the weekend. A deposit of £50 will secure your place and booking is essential. To book your place contact Lynne
(Bring a packed lunch)

This is the first weekend of the Guild of Enamellers Exhibition at the Pannett Art Gallery in Whitby so why not make a long weekend or short holiday and enjoy Whitby and the surrounding area as well.

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Author: lynneglazzard

A designer and teacher of metal clay, enamelling and jewellery making. I have a Higher Education teaching certificate and an MA in Design and am an experienced adult education tutor. I love designing and making colourful jewellery

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