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I have been working in my medium since 1972 and am basically self-taught. I came to enameling by accident while studying on a Fulbright Scholarship to Germany in 1968-9. When I first saw something red hot and molten emerging from an enameling kiln and then watched as brilliant transparent colors and the gloss of glass appeared gradually before my eyes, I was hooked. Enameling was destined to become my profession and my way of life. I am currently on the board of the Northern California Enamel Guild. I sell my work through retail crafts fairs and through my website at www.jstoneenamels.com. I have taught enameling all over the U. S. I currently teach enameling at The Crucible in Oakland, CA.
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A friend and I are going to jump in on that class you are teaching in the summer at the Crucible Judy. I became a member last week. Looking forward to the details being released and getting very excited. I have the small book about the Fred Ball Enamels from the Enamel Arts Foundation. I'm glad you are going to explain and enlighten. Looking forward to it.
Welcome to crafthaus. These pieces are lovely. I started the New Jersey Metal Arts Guild with Amy Roper Lyons, in order to recreate the wonderful sense of community which I consider you a part of, that I experienced in the Bay Area.
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