Posts Tagged "Porcelain painting"


Landscape Painting on porcelain


Posted By on Apr 1, 2011

I'm not a landscape painter at heart...if I see something which I like in a landscape, then I may be more inspired to paint it, but I'd rather add to my collection of artwork with a brilliant landscape painter's works, than create my own...do you know what I mean? Here are two landscape paintings I've completed on porcelain, both are from Australian settings.     Are landscapes your favourite subject matter?  Do you have a...

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Do you really want to know the real truth about my European style porcelain painting...obviously you do, otherwise you wouldn't have bothered reading this ;).  Well, it's no big scandalous secret, I wish it was for interest sake, but...it's a bit more insight for you about my porcelain painting world, which just keeps growing and growing (so much fun!). Truth #1- I only ever had one 2 day workshop in learning this style of painting,...

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If you've been following the posts about being BOLD WITH COLOUR, and experimenting with your artwork to improve your painting skills and delving deeper into your creative journey, you'll understand that small changes can have big effects. I'm going to share with you three pieces of work where I have played with colour to change the mood of the artwork using the same subject matter of violets created in china or porcelain painting,...

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Hi there .... While pinks and rubies are favourite colours of mine....oranges and yellows are another striking favourite.  Using orange and yellows as a colour in painting for me conveys joy, warmth and happiness.         This is a limited access post, so if you wish to read the whole article, simply register for free and access all of our FREE Mini Tutorial articles and videos  Register or Log in Now   For...

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Hi there .... Poppies are one of my favourite flowers to paint (aside from roses! ;p).  I love the free movement of these flowers which offer themselves to be stylized in many ways.  Poppies are a versatile subject matter, due to their colour, soft transparent petals, and contrast of strong shapes.       This is a limited access post, so if you wish to read the whole article, simply register for free and access all of...

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