Thursday, July 17, 2008

Progression of China Painting

So people always ask me how I do this. This time I took some pictures at each stage. Each piece of china is painted and fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1800 degrees multiple times. Here's some pictures of how it progresses:
Inspiration Piece
Blank china:


Design sketched in:



First Fire:

Second Fire:



Third Fire and Final Product:

4 comments:

Jody said...

Hey Joann! Really enjoyed your blog..your china painting is gorgeous, and was so neat to see the steps!

kris said...

Joann, I'll say it again, the piece is gorgeous! I have an award for ya on my blog.......go check it out!!

The Folk Art Tree said...

Joann, Beautiful work! I always admire painters. I have basic painting skills, but it cannot compare to your talent! I can't seem to perfect my brush strokes!!!I added your blog to my faves!

Oakleaf Hollow Primitives said...

Hey Joann!
I like seeing the steps of your china painting! Beautiful work!

Oh my, I wanted to give you a blog award, too, but I see Kris already has. :)

You deserve TWO though!! LoL! So peek at my blog and pick one up.

http://oakleafhollow.blogspot.com/

julie

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