LaPlantz, Shereen
March 1984
Ornament;Mar84, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p6
The article reviews the work of Connie Brauer, a jewelry artist. Brauer was first exposed to enamels during her time at Colorado State University. However, as the author points out, it was not until later that Brauer began to use enamels extensively throughout her jewelry designs, focusing specifically on opalescent enamels.


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