Jean Ames
Arthur Ames
Lilyan Bachrach
Harold Balazs
Fred Uhl Ball
Maureen Banner
Kenneth F. Bates
Jamie Bennett
Franz Bergmann
Kathe Berl
Alicia Jane Boswell
Emily Bute


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The Foundation’s collection features work by many of the leading figures in 20th-century enameling. Among them are Arthur and Jean Ames, Fred Uhl Ball, Kenneth F. Bates, Karl Drerup, Doris Hall, William Harper, Harold B. Helwig, Charles Bartley Jeffery, Ruth Raemisch, June Schwarcz, Mildred Watkins, Edward Winter, Jade Snow Wong, and Jackson and Ellamarie Woolley. The collection also includes important work by mid-20th-century innovators Virgil Cantini, Colette, Paul Hultberg, Richard Loving, Mary Ellen McDermott, John Puskas, Dorothy Sturm, Curtis Tann, Harold Tishler, Joseph Trippetti, Oppi and Sara Hopea Untracht, among others. Contemporary artists such as Harold Balazs, Harlan Butt, Jessica Calderwood, Gretchen Goss, Esteban Perez, and Sarah Perkins, are represented in the collection as well.

Complementing its focus on American art, the collection includes a representative collection of enamels by artists working in France, Italy, Japan and Mexico.

The Foundation’s collection is formed through gifts from artists and individual collectors. For information on how to contribute works of art to the Foundation, contact info@enamelarts.org.