the june/july 2012 issue of american craft had a great article on june schwarcz, a 93 year old enamel artist (a california living treasure)
with beautiful photos of her incredible sausalito home

her mix of modern, primitive and fine art objects is inspirational

the photos below are from american craft council
taken by leslie williamson (handcrafted modern)

1 js sasalito house view2 Schwarcz has lived in the same house since 1954, filling her home with a variety of objects that serve as points of creative departure#3 A James Weeks painting hangs above a group of artifacts, including ancient American Indian vessels and an African weaving tool. -4 An Ellsworth Kelly print hangs above a Louise McGinley ceramic sculpture and an antique chair from Ethiopia4 A carving from Borneo is silhouetted in Schwarcz’s living room overlooking the bay in Sausalito.5 An African wooden plate hangs above a paraffin print by Adam Schwarcz, the artist’s grandson. - See more at httpwww.craftcouncil.orgmagazinearticleseeker#sthash.tooTHEyW.dpuf6 A dining table and chairs by seminal California woodworker Art Carpenter. - See more at httpwww.craftcouncil.orgmagazinearticleseeker#sthash.tooTHEyW.dpuf7 schwarcz%20tour28 A collection of wooden spoons carved by the artist’s late husband, Leroy Schwarcz, who worked as a mech­­­­anical engineer. 9 Schwarcz_JJ12_02

here are a few examples of her enamelware

here is a video produced by kqed spark about june featuring her work and artistic process: