Elizabeth Jane Campbell

About Elizabeth Jane Campbell

Elizabeth graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2013, and then spent a year as Artist in Residence at Glasgow School of Art before establishing her own studio in Edinburgh. She is currently based at Beaverhall Art Studios.
Elizabeth’s work is focused on the use of enamel and she has developed her own unique style – mixing traditional skills with modern ideas and experimentation. Her bold enamel jewellery has won several prestigious awards and has been exhibited across the UK and internationally. Her work is included in public collections such as the National Museum of Scotland and the Goldsmiths’ Company.

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Enamel is powdered glass fused onto metal, and comes in a huge variety of colours both transparent and opaque. In her work she uses opaque enamel to give bold, block colours which have real impact and which contrast nicely to the oxidised silver settings. Each piece is fired individually in a kiln, with several firings per piece to build up the layers of glass. Elizabeth often matts the surface of the enamel once fired using diamond files – matting the surface not only gives a softer finish, but it also changes the look of the colour itself, almost changing the shade.

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