Feb. 15, 2020 AZ China Painters Guild
Demo, Pyle Center, 10 am.
Tempe, AZ
contact: Pat Book
Feb.26-28, 2020 Water Lily Seminar.
Springfield Golf Course
Chandler, AZ
Contact: Susy Mathai
April 2-4, 2020 Missouri Regional Show
Oasis Hotel
Springfield, MO
Contact: Peggy Adams
April 6-8, 2020 Winter Church Scene
Garden City, KS
Contact: Beatrice Crouch
May 4-9, 2020 Sky dancer Porcelain Art School
Mums/White Velvet Box
Seaside, OR
Contact: Jo Thackery
May 18-20, 2020 Water Lily
Las Cruces, NM
Contact: Pat Cook
June 1-3, 2020 Alzora's Parrot
MPAG Seminar
Riverdale, ND
Contact: Linda Maize
June 15-18, 2020 WOCP Art Institute
4 Day Paint In
Oklahoma City, OK
WOCP Museum
Contact: Office
June 20-22, 2020 Clematis
Oklahoma City, OK
WOCP Museum
Contact: Fillis Newman
July 13-16, 2020 Mums/ White Velvet
Tile Seminar
Erlanger, KY
Contact: Juanita Barrett
Oct. 5-8, 2020 Painters Collection Art School
Victorian Vase
Omaha, NE
Contact: Joni Van Dyke

was developed centuries ago. Each piece of porcelain is freehand sketched, hand painted and then fired to about 1400 degrees to acquire its permanent surface. Most pieces need several paintings and firings because the porcelain absorbs only a small amount of china paint at each firing. More color must be added and fired again to obtain the depth needed to bring out the design. The art of china painting allows the artist to achieve a beautiful translucent effect on porcelain as it is our canvas. Each piece is an original painting and signed by the artist. Because each piece is free hand painted, they will vary in appearance. This is a touch that makes each piece an original - you can be sure each piece is unique and unlike any other. Treasure them as you would any fine heirloom!