2017 Session: “Mesa Arts Center Jewelry-Making Lecture-Demonstrations: Electroforming, Electro-Etching and Vitreous Enamel on Copper with Polly O’Dette”

Posted in: Kickoff Conference

Track: Art, Design Through STEM 

Copper ions can be removed or grown on metal using an electro-conductive bath and a power source supplying varying levels of current. We can use circuit board photo resist to control what image is removed or deposited on the surface of an object. Powdered glass enamel melted to the surface with temperatures exceeding 1400 degrees fahrenheit provide virtually any color desired and a permanent surface.










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