Jewelry/Metals/Enameling - Imagery in Enameling

Kent Blossom Art Intensives in Jewelry/Metals/Enameling

June 9 – June 22, 2019

Resident Faculty – Andrew Kuebeck

Visiting Artist – Marissa Saneholtz

Imagery in Enameling

Participants will learn how to incorporate imagery into enameling while exploring and finding direction for their own body of work. A variety of techniques will be demonstrated, including saw and solder champlevé.  Fully-equipped metalsmithing and enameling studios will be available for use, including a large-scale Vcella enameling kiln.

APPLICATION DEADLINE has been extended to May 17, 2019.

Andrew Kuebeck, Fields Will Grow

Marissa Saneholtz

Marissa Saneholtz makes narrative based jewelry and objects using humor and sarcasm. After earning her degrees from Bowling Green State University and East Carolina University, she taught at several institutions including East Carolina University’s Italy Intensives Study Abroad Program in Certaldo, Italy and Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. For two years, she worked at J. Cotter Galleries and Studio in Vail, Colorado as gallery manager and assistant studio manager. Currently, she is teaching at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH.


Non-credit Tuition Option - $1,100

College Credit Tuition - Tuition costs for each workshop are $1368 for 3 resident undergraduate credits, and $2100 for 4 resident graduate credits ($2454.00 non-resident undergraduate and $3916.00 non-resident graduate). 

APPLICATION DEADLINE has been extended to May 17, 2019.


Images: Header - Marissa Saneholtz, Revelation. Tea Infuser. 7 x 2 3/4 x 1/2” Copper, enamel, dollhouse tin, sterling silver, pearls. 2009

(bottom) Andrew Kuebeck, Fields Will Grow With No Seed to Sow, Copper, Sterling, Enamel; Roller printed, enameled, set, cast, 2014