Fred Ball Enamels
Little Dreams in Glass & Metal
Little Dreams
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In its efforts to increase public awareness of the art of enameling, the Enamel Arts Foundation organizes and circulates exhibitions to museums across the country. Exhibitions sometimes explore the work of one individual leader in the field such as the pre-eminent Cleveland-based enamelist Kenneth Bates or the California-based innovator Fred Uhl Ball. Other exhibitions feature issues and ideas explored by several artists in group or theme shows. These exhibitions are intended to offer a deeper understanding of the rich history of enameling in this country. For more information on the Foundation’s forthcoming exhibitions, contact info@enamelarts.org.

Selections from the Foundation’s collection are available for loan to museums and university art galleries on an ongoing basis. To inquire about availability of work, please contact the Foundation at info@enamelarts.org.

In conjunction with professional meetings and gatherings, the Foundation sponsors scholarly symposia on the history of enameling in this country. It also supports research and publications related to the history of enameling in the 20th century and assists in disseminating this information to the general public. For more information on the Foundation’s educational activities, please contact info@enamelarts.org.