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Vol. 1 No. 1

Volume 1 • Number 1

January 1982

Included in this issue

  • Welcome
  • Overview of Metal Preparation
  • Low-fire enamels
  • Enamel Color Change Due to Chemical or Physical Relationships During Firing
  • Book Reviews – Graniteware: Collector’s Guide With Prices; The Art of Cloisonne and Jewelry Making; Joseph Trippetti and Cloisonne; A Manual of Cloisonn? and Champleve Enameling
  • Questions and Answers – Enamel Decomposition
  • Enamel Technique Terms
  • From The Past
  • Fiction and Fact





Vol. 1 No. 2

Volume 1 • Number 2

March 1982

Included in this issue

  • Enamel Preparation
  • Particle Article
  • Questions and Answers – Lead Free Enamel; Adhesives; Opaque “burnout”; Mat surface; Millefiore; Oxides
  • Book Reviews – Russian Gold and Silverwork, 17th-19th Centuries; Enamels 50/80, Exhibition Catalog
  • Pyrometer control Firing of Porcelain Enamels
  • Hong Kong – Taiwan Research





Vol. 1 No. 3

Volume 1 • Number 3

May 1982

Included in this issue

  • Evolution of the Enameling Furnace (Part I)
  • Influence of Holding Agents On Enamel Clarity
  • Book Review – Japanese Cloisonne – The ‘Goldstone of the East’
  • Questions and Answers – Grisaille white; Overglaze painting; Silver foil
  • “Butterfly” – Felt Tip Pen Technique
  • Exhibition of International Enameling Art – Japan 1981





Vol. 1 No. 4

Volume 1 • Number 4

August 1982

Included in this issue

  • Foil: Expanding a Tradition (Part I)
  • Evolution of the Enameling Furnace (Part 2)
  • A Procedure for Enameling Gilding Metal Stampings
  • Questions and Answers – Calobar lenses; Faberge eggs; “Peeling” of subsequent enamel coats; Cracking; Enamel gel
  • Low Fire Enamel on Sterling
  • Honeycomb Bowl – Combination of Medium and Soft Fusing Enamels





Vol. 1 No. 5

Volume 1 • Number 5

October 1982

Included in this issue

  • Foil, Using The Tradition (Part 2)
  • Etymology of Enamel
  • An Expanded Approach to Foil; A Personal Search
  • The Great Western Enamel Symposium, An Intimate View
  • VI Biennale International “L’Art De L’Email”
  • Large Project With A Small Furnace





Vol. 1 No. 6

Volume 1 • Number 6

December 1982

Included in this issue

  • Enamel Is Glass – What Is Glass?
  • Foil, Cutting and Application (Part 3)
  • Thoughts Concerning Design
  • “Hannah Rauh’s Artistic Career Is Brushed With Success”
  • Book Review – Japanese Cloisonn?
  • Catalog Review – Enamels ’82
  • Exhibition Review – Enamels ’82





Vol. 2 No. 1

Volume 2 • Number 1

February 1983

Included in this issue

  • Glass Structure
  • Editorial – Year 2
  • Foil; Coloring, Covering and Extending the Potential (Part 4)
  • Sgraffito/Grisaille Approach To Enameling Steel
  • Philosophy of Art
  • Book Reviews – Jewelry Concepts and Technology; Readers Digest Crafts and Hobbies
  • Questions and Answers – Bronzes; Silver micron paste; Flux as a covercoat; Lead free enamel; Enameling Gold





Vol. 2 No. 2

Volume 2 • Number 2

April 1983

Included in this issue

  • Primary Properties of Glass, (Part I) – Fusibility and Fluidity
  • Color Chips, Test Samples and The Art Enamelist
  • Information, Uranium Colors
  • Random Wild Flowers – Basse Taille Technique
  • Interview – Kim Bass
  • Letters – Eye protection; Trinket kiln





Vol. 2 No. 3

Volume 2 • Number 3

June 1983

Included in this issue

  • Primary Properties of Enamel (Part 2) – Thermal Expansion and Contraction Including Stresses and Strains
  • Jamie Bennett On Cloisonne
  • Historical Perspective of Styles in Enameling Prior to and Including a Major Change in Mid 20th Century
  • Book Review – Medieval Enamels
  • “Aspens” – Crackle Enamel and Hairspray Technique
  • Letters – Metal Tabs and Murals – Calobar Lenses
  • Questions and Answers – Cadmium bearing enamels; Acid Resistance





Vol. 2 No. 4

Volume 2 • Number 4

August 1983

Included in this issue

  • Primary Properties of Enamel (Part 3) – Resistance To Environment
    Positive To Negative
  • Interview – Kenneth E. Rockwell
  • Hand Grinding Enamel – Quick and Easy Method
  • Free Forms With Underglaze Technique
  • The Impact Of Information and The Mechanisms For Sharing That
  • Information Regarding Enameling In The United States
  • Book Reviews – Faberge; Jeweler to Royalty; Carl Faberge and His
  • Contemporaries; Faberge
  • Vitreous Enamel, 1983
  • Letters – Firescale
  • Questions – Lead bearing on lead free
  • Enameling Today – Seattle





Vol. 2 No. 5

Volume 2 • Number 5

October 1983

Included in this issue

  • Liquid Enamel – What It Is – How To Use It
  • Sifting
  • Inview – June Jasen
  • Inview – Mary Ellen McDermott
  • Great Western Enameling Symposium
  • Letters – Lead Free Enamels & The Cloisonne Technique; Protect The Eyes
  • Glass Etch – New Product Test
  • Show Reflects Renaissance In Enameling
  • Collectibles V
  • Jewelry U.S.A.





Vol. 2 No. 6

Volume 2 • Number 6

December 1983

Included in this issue

  • Liquid Enamel (Part 2) – Spraying and Art Techniques
  • Autobiography Of A Producing Enamelist: Peggy Ratcliff
  • Questions and Answers – Enameling Bronzes
  • Steel Panels – Wet Out Technique
  • Book Review – Enamels by Susan Benjamin
  • Tri-Quad Stilt
  • Art Leyerle
  • Enamel Guild of The Western Reserve
  • Glenice Matthews Named Director
  • Hamers Monograph “Sarasota Weed”





Vol. 3 No. 1

Volume 3 • Number 1

February 1984

Included in this issue

  • Optical Properties of Enamel (Part 1)
  • Result of Residency/John Toki/John Michael Kohler Arts Center
  • Underglaze Pencils
  • Enameling In England: Traditional and Innovative Craftsmanship
  • Inview: Diana Whitmer-Francko
  • Metal Marks/Fault Or Technique
  • Inview: Ed Deren





Vol. 3 No. 2

Volume 3 • Number 2

April 1984

Included in this issue

  • Optical Properties of Enamel (Part 2) – Color
  • Impasto – A New Technique Or The Characteristics of Glass In Use
  • Inview: Kristin Anderson
  • International Summer Seminar In Jewelry And Enameling
  • Symposium On Enamels In London, England





Vol. 3 No. 3

Volume 3 • Number 3

June 1984

Included in this issue

  • Optical Properties of Enamel (Part 2 continued) – Colloidal Colorants
  • Mixing Opaque Enamels To Make Color Blends
  • Book Review – Crown Jewels of Europe
  • Camaieu
  • Copper Cookers Creations Club





Vol. 3 No. 4

Volume 3 • Number 4

August 1984

Included in this issue

  • Physical And Mechanical Properties Of Enamel And Enamel Coatings
  • Inview: Linda Darty
  • An Enamel Picture With Watercolor Character
  • Inview: Kathryn Regier Gough
  • What Is To Be Considered (Everything that relates to the enameling process)
  • Rules For The Care And Handling Of Enameled Objects
  • Book Review – Popular Enamelling; Enamels Enameling Enamelists
  • Glenn Zweygardt – Porcelain Enameled Steel Sculpture





Vol. 3 No. 5

Volume 3 • Number 5

October 1984

Included in this issue

  • Physical and Mechanical Properties of Enamel and Enamel Coatings (Part 1)
  • Editorial – From The 1983, Summervail Enamel Symposium Panel
  • Why Wash Opaque Enamel?
  • Fusion Flow, Softening Point, And Expansion (Thompson lead bearing and lead free measurements of all enamels)
  • Inview – Donna Ioviero
  • Inview – Alison Howard Levy





Vol. 3 No. 6

Volume 3 • Number 6

December 1984

Included in this issue

  • Limoges Enamels In The Cincinnati Art Museum
  • Firing Enamel – Phenomena Involved (Part 1)
  • Book Review – Renaissance Jewels, Gold Boxes and Objects De Vertu, The Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection
  • Inview: D.X. Ross
  • Questions – Using domed metal
  • Extant Enamel Artifacts and Language





Vol. 4 No. 1

Volume 4 • Number 1

February 1985

Included in this issue

  • Firing Enamel – Phenomena Involved (Part-2)
  • Inview: Antonia H. Schwed
  • Riis Box; Riis Medallions
  • Re-searching Painting Enamel (Part 1)
  • Enamels From The Treasury of San Marco, Venice
  • L’Art De L’Email – 7th Limoges Biennale
  • Enameling: Art First and Foremost
  • Inview: Ruth Markus
  • Book Review – Masterpieces From The House of Faberge
  • A New Year Greeting





Vol. 4 No. 2

Volume 4 • Number 2

April 1985

Included in this issue

  • Firing Enamel – Phenomena Involved (Part 3) Subsequent Coats of Enamel
  • Save The Floor – New Product
  • Inview: Mary Klein
  • Re-searching Painting Enamel (Part 2)
  • Questions & Answers – Metallic Finishes





Vol. 4 No. 3

Volume 4 • Number 3

June 1985

Included in this issue

  • Firing Enamel – Phenomena Involved (Part 4) Using The Furnace – Furnace Conditions
  • Re-searching Painting Enamel (Part 2 continued)
  • How To… Photo-Silk Screen-Enameling • Inview: Carol Adams
  • Enamels At The Wichita Art Museum
  • Wichita National Decorative Arts Exhibit
  • Questions & Answers – Firescale
  • Tom Ellis Appointed Editor of Glass On Metal





Vol. 4 No. 4

Volume 4 • Number 4

August 1985

Included in this issue

  • Enamel Photography (Part 1)
  • Inview: Elizabeth Saville
  • Ways To Achieve Line With Enamels
  • Texture
  • How To…Stencil – Teacup and Spoon
  • How To…Separation Enamel
  • Helpful Tips
  • Questions & Answers – Ruling and Crow Quill Pens
  • Enamels International 1985





Vol. 4 No. 5

Volume 4 • Number 5

October 1985

Included in this issue

  • Enamel Photography (Part 2) Dichromate Process Continued
  • The Taft Museum
  • Questions & Answers – Food Safe Bowls; Overglaze Cracking
  • Thompson Enamel In-Plant Seminar
  • Helpful Tips
  • The Masters’ Story





Vol. 4 No. 6

Volume 4 • Number 6

December 1985

Included in this issue

  • Enamel Photography (Part 3) Dichromate Process Concluded
  • Inview: Marion L. Brown
  • Helpful Tips
  • Questions & Answers – Cracking In Beads; Silver Plated Steel
  • Ideas On Mounting Enamels
  • Treasury of San Marco
  • Wichita National 1985
  • Rene Lalique Traveling Exhibition
  • How To…Scrolling
  • How To…Make Lettercards Representative of Your Enamelwork





Vol. 5 No. 1

Volume 5 • Number 1

February 1986

Included in this issue

  • Enamel Photography (Part 4) Iron Chloride and Tartaric Acid Dusting Method
  • Helpful Tips
  • The Art Enamellers – 19th Century
  • Fred Ball Leaves A Legacy of Beauty
  • Inview: Cheri Epstein
  • How To… Make Champleve Beads From Copper Tubing
  • Gallery





Vol. 5 No. 2

Volume 5 • Number 2

April 1986

Included in this issue

  • Enamel Photography (Part 5) Ceramic Tissue Method
  • Helpful Tips
  • A Visit With Harold and Sadye Tishler
  • The Breakdown of Static 3-D Forms Through Multi-positioning (Part 1)
  • Questions & Answers – Low Carbon Steel; Mediums for Overglaze
  • Colors; Soft, Medium & Hard Fusing Enamels
  • Inview: A. Alan Perkins





Vol. 5 No. 3

Volume 5 • Number 3

June 1986

Included in this issue

  • Contemporary Grotesque
  • Enamel Photography (Part 6) Substitution Process
  • Cloisonne Enamels Made In Europe In The 19th Century
  • The Breakdown Of Static 3-D Forms Through Multi-positioning (Part 2)
  • How To… Overglaze – Variations On A Theme
  • Helpful Tips





Vol. 5 No. 4

Volume 5 • Number 4

August 1986

Included in this issue

  • “Limoges” Enamel Revived – Special Edition by Lisel Salzer
    Introduction
  • History
  • Search For Grisaille
  • Materials
  • Human Quality
  • Seven Steps For A Portrait In “Limoges” Enamel
  • Relation To The Model
  • Subject Matter
  • Of Jewelry, The Use of Gold, and Framing
  • What Not To Do
  • A Visit To Limoges Today
  • Epilogue





Vol. 5 No. 5

Volume 5 • Number 5

October 1986

Included in this issue

  • Workshop Report (Margarete Seeler) Cloisonne Cup
  • Inview: Sidney Rosenbloom
  • How To… Make A Cloisonne Belt Buckle
  • Preparing Thin Gauge Sheet Copper To Minimize Warpage As It Is Enameled
  • Second International Enamel Art Exhibition In Coburg, Germany
  • Arrowmont School Receives Governor’s Award
  • Helpful Tips





Vol. 5 No. 6

Volume 5 • Number 6

December 1986

Included in this issue

  • Metals Suitable For Enameling – Gold; Platinum; Silver; Copper; Brass; Steel; Cast Iron; Aluminum; Titanium
  • Workshop Report (Margarete Seeler) Enameled Figure In The Round
  • The Artist In Industry?
  • Inview: Charles T. Mayer
  • Arrowmont – “Space: New Form/New Function”
  • Glass On Metal Index





Vol. 6 No. 1

Volume 6 • Number 1

February 1987

Included in this issue

  • The Enamelist Society Convention
  • Enamel Exhibition In Finland
  • Fred Ball Retrospective
  • Early British Enamels – Iron Age, Roman, and Sub-Roman Eras
  • Enamel Guild South
  • Shippo, Art of Enameling In Japan





Vol. 6 No. 2

Volume 6 • Number 2

April 1987

Included in this issue

  • The Enamelist Society Convention
  • The Taft Museum
  • Invitational Exhibition At The Taft Museum
  • The Enamelist Society Roster
  • Gail Kristensen – Enamels And Copper Scale
  • Lead And Enameling





Vol. 6 No. 3

Volume 6 • Number 3

June 1987

Included in this issue

  • Painting On Enamel – The Fore-Runners
  • Painting On Enamel – Materials
  • Teaching Enameling To An Elderhostel Class
  • Journey Into Landscape Art
  • Inview: Florinda Leighton
  • Inview: Barbara Minor
  • Inview: Keith Appel
  • Guild Listings





Vol. 6 No. 4

Volume 6 • Number 4

August 1987

Included in this issue

  • The First Enamelist Society Juried Exhibition Catalog
  • Introduction
  • Jurors Statements
  • 170 Full Color Reproductions of Exhibition Artworks
  • Guild Listings





Vol. 6 No. 5

Volume 6 • Number 5

October 1987

Included in this issue

  • A Review of the First Enamelist Society Convention, Workshops, and Exhibits
  • Keynote Speech – “Career Or Hobby” – Kenneth Bates
  • Enamelist Society Roster
  • Inview: Norman & Judith Brumm
  • Enamel Portrait Miniatures – 17th Century
  • Painting On Enamel – 17th Century Materials
  • Art? Tradition?…Questions (Seeler)
  • Enamels Of The Frick Collection
  • Guild Listings





Vol. 6 No. 6

Volume 6 • Number 6

December 1987

Included in this issue

  • Post-Corbett Award Nominations
  • Glass On Metal Resubscription Drive & Writer Participation Program
  • 1987 Enamelist Society Convention Photos
  • How To…Liquid Enamel
  • Enamel Guild of New Jersey – Enamel: Contemporary Visions of an Ancient Art
  • Inview: Colette
  • Inview: Jean Tudor
  • Researching Enamels
  • Helpful Tips
  • Enamel Portraits Miniatures – 18th Century
  • Painting On Enamel – 18th Century Materials





Vol. 7 No. 1

Volume 7 • Number 1

February 1988

Included in this issue

  • Inview: Daniel Sigal
  • Peninsula Fine Arts Center
  • Dear Magarete Seeler & Friends
  • How To… Averill Shepp’s Technique Using Squeegee Oil, Flux, White and Transparent Enamel
  • The Enamel Painters – Henry Bone and His Workshop
  • Painting On Enamel – 19th Century Materials
  • Doing The Craft Shows
  • Guild Listings





Vol. 7 No. 2

Volume 7 • Number 2

April 1988

Included in this issue

  • Sister Lucinda Hubing/Variations On Silver Cloisonne
  • Francesc Vilasis-Capalleja And West Coast Enamelists Exhibition
  • Helpful Tips
  • Enamel Portrait Miniatures: Mid 19th Century To The Present
  • Accenting Enamels With Precious Stones
  • Painting On Enamel – 20th Century Materials
  • Inview: Margaret Johnson
  • Letters & Conversations
  • Guild Listings





Vol. 7 No. 3

Volume 7 • Number 3

June 1988

Included in this issue

  • My Kind Of Plique-A-Jour
  • Inview: Annemarie Davidson
  • Inview: Glenice Lesley Matthews
  • An Enamelist Goes Abroad
  • The Ancient and Meticulous Art of Enameling
  • Enamel and Enamelers From The Netherlands
  • LSU Union Art Gallery Jewelry Exhibit
  • Dear Margarete Seeler
  • Letters
  • Harold B. Helwig Gallery Exhibition





Vol. 7 No. 4

Volume 7 • Number 4

August 1988

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., The Artist & Technology
  • Inview: Elizabeth Turrell
  • Dear Margarete Seeler
  • Enamelers’ & Lacemakers’ Exhibit
  • Tips On Crafts Marketing
  • Book Review – Saara Hopea Untracht Life & Work
  • Bibliography of Enameling Books
  • Robert Whiteside – The Art of Guilloche Enamel





Vol. 7 No. 5

Volume 7 • Number 5

October 1988

Included in this issue

  • In Memoriam – Atzie Schiff
  • President’s Col., Enamel In Europe
  • Inview: Linda Verkaaik
  • The Signs of the Zodiac, Enamel Mural
  • O’Buda, Enamel Mural-Hungary
  • Arizona Reflections, Enamel Mural
  • Proper Use of Liquid Metals
  • Glass On Metal Roster
  • Photographing Enamels Pt. 1
  • An American Enamelist Goes To Israel
  • Israel Designer-Craftsmen’s Association Enameling Section





Vol. 7 No. 6

Volume 7 • Number 6

December 1988

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., Promoting Enamel
  • Enameled Greetings
  • Study of the Construction of a Medieval Reliquary
  • Photographing Enamels Pt. 2
  • San Diego Enameling Guild
  • Felicia Liban On Cloisonn?
  • Enamel Guild South – Donna Buchwald
  • Northwest Enamelist Guild
  • Inview: Elvie Zell
  • Dear Margarete Seeler
  • Letters





Vol. 8 No. 1

Volume 8 • Number 1

February 1989

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., NEA Fellowships
  • Inview: Robin Banks
  • The White House Egg
  • An Encounter With Enamelers In India
  • Photographing Enamels Pt. 3
  • Inview: Rita Deanin Abbey
  • Southeast Profile – Alyce Shatt & Nancy Levine
  • Palm Beach Enamel Guild
  • Inview: Ad Van Der Berk
  • Book Reviews – The Technique of Enamelling; You Can Make Money From Your Arts & Crafts





Vol. 8 No. 2

Volume 8 • Number 2

April 1989

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., International Juried Shows
  • In Memoriam – John J. Kolesar
  • Choosing Color – Seeler
  • Prelude To Revelation
  • The Earliest Cloisonne Enamels From Cyprus
  • Photographing Enamels Pt. 4
  • The Art of Enameling in the USSR
  • Inview: Barbara McFadyen
  • A Strange Heritage





Vol. 8 No. 3

Volume 8 • Number 3

June 1989

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col.
  • Steel Repouss? & Granular/Color Spray Techniques: An Extension of Sgraffito/Grisaille
  • Cloisonne Enamel Puzzles
  • Japanese Cloisonne Craft
  • On The Creative Art of Enamel Teaching
  • Using Slides For Research, Lectures & Written Articles
  • The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery
  • Quotations Corner
  • Earliest Known Instructions For Enameling
  • Inview: Alison Howard-Levy
  • Book Review – On Divers Arts
  • Letters





Vol. 8 No. 4

Volume 8 • Number 4

August 1989

Included in this issue

  • The 2nd Enamelist Society Juried Exhibition Catalog, 270 works in color





Vol. 8 No. 5

Volume 8 • Number 5

October 1989

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., The Enamelist Society Convention
  • Inview: Felicia Liban
  • Enameling & the Cloisonne Collectors
  • Kent State University Receives Furnace
  • Inview: Edwina Powell
  • Pre-Cut Shapes – Why Not?
  • Quotations Corner
  • Letters
  • Pauly D’Orlando Remembered
  • Bibliography of Enameling Books Pt. 2





Vol. 8 No. 6

Volume 8 • Number 6

December 1989

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., Marketing By Catalog
  • Hardenable Silver and Enamel
  • Enamel Wall Hangings
  • Quotations Corner
  • Inview: Jaan Parn
  • L’Art Du Feu
  • Enameling On Aluminum – Ellis
  • Experimental Aluminum Enameling
  • Canadian Enamellist Association
  • Opera Glasses





Vol. 9 No. 1

Volume 9 • Number 1

February 1990

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col.
  • Faberg?: The Imperial Eggs
  • Enameling In China
  • Gifts Of Honor – Margarete Seeler
  • Inview: Charles Parthesius
  • Inview: Francesc Vilasis-Capalleja
  • Enamel News From South Germany & Australia





Vol. 9 No. 2

Volume 9 • Number 2

April 1990

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., One “L” or Two “L’S”
  • Nordsk Emaille Triennale 1989/1990
  • The Enamelist Society Roster
  • Enamel News From Israel & Australia
  • Thompson Enamel – 100 Years Old
  • Education In Enameling – Survey 1990
  • Enamelled Cigarette Cases
  • Late 19th & Early 20th Century Enamels
  • Letters





Vol. 9 No. 3

Volume 9 • Number 3

June 1990

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col.
  • The Cup of ’88
  • Enameling In Japan – An American’s Experience
  • Repouss? On Copper Tooling Foil
  • Enameling News From Japan
  • The Second International Enamel Symposium In Palanga
  • The American Craft Council
  • The Use of Round Wire In Cloisonne
  • Inview: Katharine S. Wood
  • Enamel News From Australia
  • Bill Harper Exhibition In Coburg





Vol. 9 No. 4

Volume 9 • Number 4

August 1990

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., Logo Contest
  • In Memoriam – Eileen Maxon, Harold L. Hasselschwert
  • If You Could Look Over My Shoulder – Seeler
  • The Enamels of Sir Hubert Von Herkomer, R.A. (1849-1914)
  • Enameling In Japan – An American’s Experience Pt. 2
  • Enameled Gifts of Honor





Vol. 9 No. 5

Volume 9 • Number 5

October 1990

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col.
  • Soviet Artists Invited To The 1991 Enamelist Society Convention
  • If You Could Look Over My Shoulder – Pt. 2
  • Enameling In Japan – An American’s Experience – Pt. 3
  • Cloisonn?: Washing & Wet Packing Versus Sifting and Dry Packing
  • Enamel Potpourri – Enamel Is Enamel By Any Other Name
  • Champlev? Enameling
  • Enameling News From Cyprus
  • An American Goes To Australia
  • Education In Enameling: Update
  • Inview: Andreu Vilasis
  • A Study Visit To Barcelona
  • Enamel News From Germany





Vol. 9 No. 6

Volume 9 • Number 6

December 1990

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., There’s The Good News & Bad News
  • Enamel News From Hungary
  • The Technique of Forming & Enameling Sculptured Vessels In Copper Foil
  • In Pursuit Of Spontaneity – Drawing & Painting Methods & Media Pt. 1
  • Enamel Potpourri – To Wash or Not to Wash—Is Not the Question!
  • Liberty Gallery
  • Portraits In Enamel – Olsher
  • The Queen Mother Turns 90
  • Enamel News From Great Britain, Germany
  • Inview: John Howell
  • Bits & Pieces
  • Quotations Corner





Vol. 10 No. 1

Volume 9 • Number 1

February 1991

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., State of Enameling
  • Journey From There To Here – Then And Now – Someroski
  • In Pursuit of Spontaneity – Drawing & Painting Methods And Media – Pt. 2
  • Enamel Potpourri – Enamel in Public and Private Spaces
  • Are There Differences Between Lead Bearing & Lead Free Enamels?
  • More About Lead Free Enamel
  • Inview: Benn H. Lewis
  • Enamel News From Venezuela
  • Inview: Miguel Angel Pineda
  • Enamel News From Japan, Spain, Russia
  • Enamel Guild of New Jersey
  • Bits & Pieces
  • In Memoriam – Elfi Schwitkis





Vol. 10 No. 2

Volume 10 • Number 2

April 1991

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., Moscow International Symposium
  • In Memoriam – Allen Warwick-Clarke
  • The Enamelwork Of Margarete Seeler
  • Enamel Potpourri – A Possible Origin Of Enameling
  • Bits & Pieces
  • Basse Taille Variations With Lead Free Enamel
  • Double Torch Enameling
  • Quotations Corner





Vol. 10 No. 3

Volume 10 • Number 3

June 1991

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., Convention Number Three
  • “Pictograms” – Colette
  • Enamel Potpourri – Gorge De Pigeon and Annealing Copper
  • Creating Enamel Threads For Design & Composition
  • Bits & Pieces
  • Quotations Corner
  • Enamel News From Germany
  • Enamel Portraits Painted With Ceramic Pigments
  • The British Society of Enamellers First International Conference
  • A Visit In Fulda To Meet Benedictine Sister Lioba Munz
  • In Pursuit of Spontaneity-Drawing & Painting Methods & Media Pt. 3





Vol. 10 No. 4

Volume 10 • Number 4

August 1991

Included in this issue

  • The 3rd Enamelist Society Juried Exhibition Catalog, 199 works in color





Vol. 10 No. 5

Volume 10 • Number 5

October 1991

Included in this issue

  • President’s Col., A Museum of Enamels
  • Inview: Valeri Timofeev
  • Enamel Potpourri – Pirotechnia and Enamel
  • Mexican Enameling Association
  • Inview: Maria Proferansova & Boris Sissoev
  • Russia: A Bibliography of Periodical Articles
  • Dayton, Ohio Area Enamelers Donate Enamel Mural
  • Inview: Larissa Rosenstock
  • Enamelist Society Convention photos
  • Inview: Galina Selezneva





Vol. 10 No. 6

Volume 10 • Number 6

December 1991

Included in this issue

  • Enamel News From The East Coast
  • Northeast Enamel Guild
  • President’s Col., Exhibitions
  • Japanese Cloisonn? in the 19th Century
  • Eugene Sarykin – Russian Enameler
  • Enamel Potpourri – Crackle Enamel – A Misnomer
  • Bits & Pieces
  • Art Patronage & Industry – An Old History – A New Direction
  • A Chance Encounter – A Chance Reunion (Ed Winter)
  • A Bibliography of Books & Periodical Articles By and About Edward Winter
  • A Unique Source Of Artistic Inspiration
  • A Journey Through Japan
  • Enameling News From Japan
  • Connections ‘92
  • Inview: Normand Fillion




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