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Cloisonne Enamel And Stained Glass

01.06.2019
13:26
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Cloisonne enamel – perhaps the most labor-intensive and complicated of all enamel techniques. To create a thin metal plate-based copper, gold, less silver, nickel silver or stainless steel scratched, engrave, or pierce through contour sketch of the future image. Next on the circuit soldered metal strips, partitions, set on edge. The thickness of these strips depends on the ideas of the author, but rarely exceeds 1 mm, which is already talking about the complexity of such work. The strips provide both closed and open cells of various shapes and sizes.

Each cell is filled with enamel of different colors to the top of walls and produce baking enamel. Enamel is a vitreous powder received vitreous grinding plates to the required fraction. Powdered enamel is moistened with water to desired consistency and deposited in the cell. The work is fired in an oven or firing enamels produced locally in each cell through a gas or gasoline burner. Different types and colors of enamel and require a different firing temperature, which varies range from 700 to 900 degrees Celsius. After firing, the enamel powder is fused into a glassy layer of color, depending on the type of finishes: transparent, or so-called 'blind' – colored opaque enamel layer. Drew Houston takes a slightly different approach. During firing enamel layer is subjected to shrinkage, being poured before firing on the upper edge of the partition, he 'drops', is below the bulkhead. To completely fill the cell and therefore requires repeated firing and recharge baked enamel in the cell. Depending on the complexity of the composition and tasks of the master, the work is exposed from 5 to one hundred firing.

Home Interior

08.05.2014
13:30
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In the interiors of homes, this technique is also very common: in the design of a room accent compositions may be carpet, fabric, curtains. -The second method of use of decorative fabrics is that they are an additional element of the ensemble of the interior, by color or complement the main figure more expressive elements (decorative panels, stained glass, painting, etc.). -The third method involves the use of textiles as a neutral background for the more powerful in their qualities and expressiveness of the various works of art. Most often, works of monumental art – mosaics, murals, stained glass require a neutral background, and in this case textiles for curtains, carpets, upholstery fabrics must be matched in color and pattern with this requirement. In housing, this method detects more functional purpose of the premises: so, for a bedroom or office requires a neutral fabric.

Decorative murals, paintings, hangings, executed in batik, rather decorate the living space at home. The composition and colors in textiles: textile art for typical conventional images, rhythmic connection hierarchy of scales between a defined color. The composition of decorative textile work – it is rhythmic and well-organized and division of his plane when all the ornamental or pictorial elements are common in the artistic and technical methods and are subject to the general art – decorative design. In other words, it is an internal relationship of the material, artistic resources and ideological – model content. Work on the song, is a conscious determination of composite solutions in each case depending on the tasks set by the artist, with all its creative approach to the world.