Mums/White Velvet Tile
Water Lillies
Clematis Plate
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2019 Show Dates
February 13, 14, & 15, 2019 Clematis/White Velvet Seminar Tempe, AZ
contact: Susy Mathai
February 16, 2019 AZ China Painters Club
Demonstration TBA
Tempe, AZ
contact: Susy Mathai
March 14, 15, & 16, 2019 AR Multi State Convention Heritage Inn
Searcy, AR
contact: Randle Tomlinson
March 18, 19, & 20, 2019 LA Teachers/Artists Seminar
Subject: Luster Butterfly
Wesley Center
Woodworth, LA
contact: Ida Roberts
Aprl 29,30-May 1, 2019 Paynesville MN Seminar
Subject: Rose Vase/White Velvet
Paynesville, MN
contact: Diane Langer
May 3 & 4, 2019 MN Spring Fling
Demos & Paint Alongs
Hamilton Hall
Blue Earth, MN
contact: Helen Peterson
May 6, 7 & 8, 2019 Blue Earth MN Seminar
Subject: TBA
Blue Earth, MN
contact: Helen Peterson
May 20, 21, & 22, 2019 Pueblo CO Seminar
Subject: TBA
Pueblo, CO
contact: Jackie Elliot
May 24, 25, & 26, 2019 Lamar CO Seminar
Subject: TBA
Lamar, CO
contact: Marilyn Gentz
May 28, 29, & 30, 2019 Wheatridge CO Seminar
Subject: TBA
Wheatridge, CO
Mile High Club
June 3, 4 & 5, 2019 Longmont CO Seminar
Subject: TBA
Longmont, CO
Northern CO Club
July 10, 11, 12 & 13, 2019 Paula LaVerge Seminar (MSPAG)
Subject: Animals of Your Choice
contact: Vida Klocke
June 20-Aug.2, 2019 PAGN
(Porcelain Artists of the Great Northwest)
Subject: Purple Clematis/White Velvet
Whitworth University
Spokane, WA
contact: Richard Murphy
Aug. 13, 14 & 15, 2019 Rapid City SD Seminar
Subject: TBA
Rapid City, SD
contact: Zetha Drew
Aug. 16, 2019 Rapid City State Fair
Porcelain Judging
Rapid City, SD
contact: Zetha Drew
Aug. 19-24, 2019 World Show-WOCP Wyndam Hotel Center
Omaha, NE
contact: Joni Van Dyke
Sept. 8-13, 2019 Indiana Art School
Subject: Mum/White Velvet on Choc. Box
Morgan County Fairgrounds
Martinsville, IN
contact: Ellen Wilson-Pruitt
Sept. 23-26, 2019 Lily Pitcher, Ornaments Boise, ID
contact: Carol Rounds
Nov. 9 & 10, 2019 Pride of Dakota Showcase Minot State Fair Center
Minot, ND
Dec. 6,7, & 8, 2019 Pride of Dakota Showcase Bismarck Event Center
Bismarck, ND
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!