Architectural Enamel Concepts
Vitreous enamel is impervious to rain and snow and does not fade or discolor. Thus, it is a fine material for outdoor art. It can be attached to buildings or it can be part of a free-standing sculpture, which might be placed in flower garden.
The images below demonstrate the way architectural enamels can enhance the appeal of a structure, garden or a backyard. The presence of an enamel not only adds to the aesthetic charm of the structure, but the theme of the enamel can be compatible with the social purpose of the structure.
Photo on the right: Composit photo of enamel on synogogue building