Artisans have been decorating porcelain for centuries.

 

Pigments, texture products, lustres and various precious metals can be applied to white porcelain, the china painter's canvas, to complete a design. After each application of paint etc. the piece is kiln fired at up to 850°C. At this temperature the glaze melts sufficiently to absorb the paint leaving pieces that are both durable and permanent.

 

Kiln-fired china painting produces enduring works ready to become the collectable art of tomorrow.


  • Redback Spider Vase Redback Spider Vase small vase painted using various techniques
  • Blue Forget-me-Nots Blue Forget-me-Nots small hinged box finished with blue metallic
  • Harlequin Wildflowers Harlequin Wildflowers set 4 mugs featuring Sturt Desert Peas, Donkey Orchids, Blue Leschenaultia and Spider Orchids
  • Lilies on Black Lilies on Black large platter with textured grounding
  • 'Cruising the Reef' 'Cruising the Reef' platter featuring West Australian Reef Fish
  • Sturt Desert Pea boxes Sturt Desert Pea boxes miniature boxes
  • 'Time Movements' 'Time Movements' box from the 'Time' Collection
     

My aim is to provide current news, events and topics of interest to china painters and all who appreciate the art, particularly those from Western Australia .


To see more recent work visit the Main Gallery. From the Main Gallery you can link to additional galleries arranged by subject matter (see below).

Animals/Fauna    Architecture/Scenes

Flowers/Fruit       Reef Fish/Ocean

Wildflowers         Other




RECENTLY ADDED TO WEBSITE

The website has been recently redesigned and updated to make it responsive to smaller screen sizes.

 

The Gallery area now incorporates a Work in Progress page and a Main Gallery which shows recently completed work. Use the Main Gallery as a portal to other galleries featuring work by subject matter.


LATEST NEWS

Botanical Wonderland Exhibition

This exhibition was a rare opportunity to see on display china painting from some of our most accomplished early artists. Many other fascinating exhibits featuring WA wildflowers were also displayed read more....

 

WA Guild of China Painters 2017 Annual Exhibition
This article includes photos and details from the WA Guild of China Painters' 2017 annual exhibition held at the Guildford Town Hall in May read more....


For other news and information visit News Page


UPCOMING EVENTS

21-22 Oct Kelmscott Agricultural Show
including display of China Painting
2 Dec WAGCP Christmas Meeting
    2018
9 -11 Apr Albany Porcelain Workshop
For more details visit Calendar and Events Page

 

The website has been redesigned to improve access to users of tablets and smart phones. Comment on the revised layout is welcome.