This website aims to provide up-to-date news, events and topics of interest to china painters and all who appreciate the art. Workshops and teaching opportunities of special interest to painters from the Western Australia region will be featured. Have a query please contact me...
Artisans have been decorating porcelain for centuries.
To complete a design, pigments, texture products, lustres and various precious metals can be applied to white porcelain - the china painter's canvas. After each application the piece is kiln fired 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!
To view recent work visit the Main Gallery page. From the Main Gallery you can find links to galleries arranged by subject (as shown below).
Article about the new WA Museum Boola Bardip. See News Page article...
A Sèvres pot-pourri vase from a series of articles featuring outstanding porcelain and glass pieces displayed at London Galleries and Museums. See News Page...
The New WA Museum Boola Bardip
This wonderful new facility opened on Saturday 21st November, 2020 with work from local porcelain artists on display. Read News Page article or see additional photos and article on the special news page...
2021 Albany Porcelain Art Workshop
Details of the 2021 Albany Porcelain Art Workshop to be held over three days next April have been announced. See News Page for more details.
Porcelain Exhibition Kidogo Gallery Fremantle
The Australasian Porcelain Art Teachers Association WA Branch held its exhibition from 4th to 10th October at the Kidogo Gallery in Fremantle. See News Page for more details.
For other news and events visit the News Page...
|20 Feb||PAWA General Meeting 1:30pm
(Revised date due to Covid 19 lockdown)
Melkite Church Hall, Mt Lawley
|20 to 22 Apr||Albany Porcelain Art Workshop 2021
See News Page for details
|For details visit Calendar and Events Page|
Shown below - Sèvres porcelain inkstand c. 1758-59
This stunning Sèvres porcelain inkstand was a gift from Louis XV of France to his daughter Marie-Adelaide. It was made by Sèvres c. 1758-59 and is on display at the Wallace Collection Museum in London UK.
This feature forms part of a series about outstanding porcelain and glass exhibits I had the great pleasure to see while in the UK last year. read more and see images......