Illuminated Text Enameled Copper Vessel

By Jenne Rayburn



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Using sgraffito techniques, this spun copper vessel is painted with liquid enamel to create lustrous shades of copper oxide green, red and brown, and then accented with gold. Taking inspiration from mythological and mystical stories, the intent was to create a seemingly ancient talisman, decayed and mysterious. The resulting artwork is a unique decorative bowl for display or ceremony.

Glass, Metal/other (Copper, vitreous enamel, gold)

2.75 x 2.75 x 3.5 inches

About the artist

Jenne Rayburn is a Boston-based goldsmith, enamelist and designer. She grew up in the farming country of southeastern Washington State, and studied art, interior design and architecture at the University of Washington and the University of Massachusetts. A lifelong artist and arts advocate, Jenne believes that the arts and crafts of our world are critical to the development of creative societies. History and tradition, vernacular design and indigenous peoples inspire Jenne's glass and metal work. Using traditional and innovative vitreous enamel techniques combined with steel, silver and copper, Jenne sees her work as narrative and she searches for meaning in the convergence of mythology, identity and ornament. She is fascinated with myths and folklore that recount heroic adventures and connect us to a larger purpose. These stories strive to express the mystery and complexity of the human experience and the relationships that influence and inspire us. ...Read MoreRead Less
Media: Glass, Metal/other
Category: Other, Home/Decor

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