Through use of a piercing and sawing jewelry making technique, Angela Serricca’s of Serricca Studios jewelry is hand-cut from copper sheet and formed to create sculptural designs influenced by nature and paper pop-up processes. Surfaces may feature a patina or vitreous (glass) enamel finish to create a wearable work of art to be worn for personal adornment. All jewelry is designed and made in her eastern Pennsylvania studio.
222 CreationsI design torch fired copper enameled jewelry and flame painted copper jewelry. Enamel is powdered glass which is sifted onto a piece of copper and then torch fired. The heat fuses the enamel onto the copper and turns it back into shiny glass! I like to use the technique of sgraffito – which is drawing designs and patterns into the enamel before firing.
Flame painted copper is made by painting designs onto the copper with a torch only and as the copper heats and cools it turns different colors naturally – it’s really amazing!