ENamelling Experiments with Elizabeth Turrell at the Goldsmiths’ centre

 
All these experiments are on ‘white board’ which has a thin enamel base cost.  Using the white side of the ‘white board’, I put a layer of black enamel. This has been scraped through and brushed. Red and yellow enamel pigments provide the detailed colour.

All these experiments are on ‘white board’ which has a thin enamel base cost.

Using the white side of the ‘white board’, I put a layer of black enamel. This has been scraped through and brushed. Red and yellow enamel pigments provide the detailed colour.

All these experiments are on ‘white board’ which has a thin enamel base cost.  Using the black side of the ‘white board, I put a layer of white enamel. This has been scraped through and brushed. Red and yellow enamel pigments provide the detailed colour.

All these experiments are on ‘white board’ which has a thin enamel base cost.

Using the black side of the ‘white board, I put a layer of white enamel. This has been scraped through and brushed. Red and yellow enamel pigments provide the detailed colour.

This piece is built up of layers of black and white enamels, which have been scraped and brushed through horizontally and vertically several times, with a final yellow pigment applied

This piece is built up of layers of black and white enamels, which have been scraped and brushed through horizontally and vertically several times, with a final yellow pigment applied