Our 25th Annual Conference: Saturday May 20, 2017
EGNE’s 25th Anniversary Conference will be held on Saturday May 20, 2017 at Westchester Center for the Arts with pre- and post-conference workshops May18-19 and May 21-22 respectively. Workshop details will be announced as they are finalized.
Please note that the conference is on Saturday this year. We are hoping this will allow us more time for anniversary festivities over the weekend.
We are in the process of planning the Conference and we welcome any ideas you may have. Please forward suggestions & ideas to email@example.com.
Fall 2016 NYC Workshops
SOLD OUT! — Columbus Day Weekend Oct 9-10 in Amy Roper Lyons teaching Plique-à-jour
SOLD OUT! — Nov 6-7 Averill B. Shepps teaching Eutectic Experiments November
Metalliferous is Offering 20% off Enamel*
*This sale applies only to Thompson unleaded enamel in the old-style heat-sealed pouches (not jars). Metalliferous has numerous colors mostly the 8-ounce size (too many to list). These packages also do not reflect any price increases since the packaging was changed (at least three years, maybe more). In one case, the 8-ounce package purchased was similar to the current price of a 2-ounce jar. As always, the prices vary by color. If you are interested in purchasing these enamels and cannot visit the store, please contact Nicolaj via email with a list of colors you are interested in (provide the color numbers, not color names). His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may want to consider sharing these larger packages with a friend if you feel it’s more than you need. This deal is too good to pass up!
Thank you to all those who submitted work! We had 84 artists submit 279 pieces of work in the categories of jewelry, sculpture, vessels, and wall pieces. We received work from 20 states, and 4 other countries. While a ‘live in person’ exhibition provides viewing from all different angles from any perspective, only those within a close proximity to the venue are able to experience it. With this on-line exhibition, the submission… and audience… is global. It was a very exciting opportunity to provide.
The many wonderful pieces submitted made this a competitive jury process and selections were a tough decision. Being the juror for any art competition is a difficult task with numerous considerations to keep in mind. Barbara Seidenath has done a spectacular job in curating a broad showcase of traditional and experimental enamels, reviewing each and every piece for technique and creativity.
Special thanks to Kim Geiser and Jennifer Jordan Park who helped to make this a success.
~EGNE Exhibition Committee, Judy Wukitsch and Chryssa Saj