Vitreous enamel on copper with hand-strung beads, 2 in. sq. approx. on 18 in. beads, $80
There is an unexpectedness in firing colored glass powders and chips at 1500 ° F. but the one constant is color. They do not act like paints. They do not form new colors, and they are not inclined to become “muddy.” They do not blend. This quality allows the exuberance of spring to be expressed in intense and pure color, especially appealing to Paula Sinclair.