Inview: Felicia Liban

February 2009
Glass on Metal;Feb2009, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's view regarding enameling and other art creations. The author notes that she started enameling when her instructor asked for a help in an enameling class. She mentions the classes, workshops, and other activities she had attended to master her artistic skills. She notes that most of her works were consist of cloisonné enamel jewelry. She also tells her interests, the features of her studio, and her inspirations such as Marilyn Druin, Jamie Bennet, and William Harper. She also cites her passion for teaching enameling and shadowing technique.


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