Alumna Lillian E. Webster, MFA '16, Featured in Alchemy5 International Enamel Exhibition

Lillian is one of sixty-nine artists from around the world whose work will be shown in this traveling exhibition sponsored by The Enamelist Society.

Lillian E. Webster, And what I dreamed..., sterling silver and enamel necklace, detail.
Lillian E. Webster, "And what I dreamed...", sterling silver and enamel necklace, detail.

Lillian E. Webster's And what I dreamed... sterling silver and enamel necklace was accepted for Alchemy5, the 17th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition, sponsored by Enamelist Society. The Exhibition highlights the best in contemporary enamels and showcases the work of enamel artists that demonstrate aesthetic and technical expertise. The exhibition is hosted by and will begin at the Enamelist Society conference at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon and travels to the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington.

Lillian E. Webster, And what I dreamed..., sterling silver and enamel necklace.
Lillian E. Webster, "And what I dreamed...", sterling silver and enamel necklace.

Show dates for the Alchemy5 International Exhibition will be July 31-August 7 at the LaVerne Krause Gallery, Lawrence Hall, University of Oregon.  An Opening Reception will be held on Friday, August 2, from 6:30 - 9 PM at the gallery.  The Alchemy 5: Transformation in Contemporary Enamels Museum of Glass exhibition opens on November 23, 2019 and runs through May 2020.

Jurors for the Alchemy5 International Exhibition were Kathleen Browne, Professor Emerita and Distinguished Scholar at Kent State University, Heejoo Kim from Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea, and Jeannine Falino a New York-based curator and former curator of American Decorative Arts at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts.


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