My practicing pieces with KPM techniques

Hi there!

Today’s entry is my practicing pieces with the KPM techniques. I’ve been learning the techniques from my dear teacher, Birgit Porter who had been trained at the KPM Berline factory.

I’ve been using the techniques to my original paintings, but I think I still need practice. I hope I’m getting better.

I love painting with traditional patterns because I can learn a lot of things from them.

I painted the pieces with Brigit’s studies, and they are not my original. I will show you my original with the KPM techniques soon!

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

My practicing piece with the KPM techniques

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12 Responses to “My practicing pieces with KPM techniques”

  1. Great job, Yumi. Keep up the great work!!!

    • Thank you so much for encouraging me, Emilie!!!
      I love these techniques, and from now on you will see a lot of my pieces with the techniques. I want to use them to my flower paintings, bird paintings or whatever. It’s so easy for me to add details!

  2. Yumiko, what a beautiful flowers! It seems like KPM technique is in the middle of European and American styles.I used to paint like this when I learned at the Togasha.But it’s been a while that I’ve painted flowers, so I’m not sure that I can paint like these anymore!

    • Hi, Yukari-san

      Thank you as always for visiting my blog!!! I really appreciate it. Were you used to the style? That’s good for you! Of course you can do it because it’s just like that riding a bike, lol. Once you can ride a bike, you can do it whenever you want.
      I love the KPM techniques!

  3. Seevali Jayasundera Says:

    Hi yumi,

    I am Seevali, porcelain art lover from Sri Lanka, visiting your blog I saw fantastic porcelain paintings. Its great..! I love so much of your works. I would like to communicate with you, on and off. My e-mail ID is as follows – mail2seevali@yahoo.com

    Thanks Yumi

  4. Dear Yumi , this blog is great ,I have been painting for 26 years and want to learn KPM techniques . I’ve wanted to take from Brigit Porter but have not been able to as of yet. I know she produced a book but I can’t tell if it teaches you the technique or not ,also could you devolve the painting and mixing mediums or does Brigit sell it?

    • Hi, Carole

      Thank you for visiting my blog. I took her classes several of times. As you know we all can’t get anything from only one experience. We all need to practice. I hope you can learn from her. She is one of the best! Since I don’t have her book, I can’t say she teaches her techniques in the book. I am sorry. I hope you visit my blog again to peek what I am doing! See you on my next post!

  5. Yes I hope I can take from her next year, would you know how the fat oil med is made . I’d like to try to practice with the book.

    • Hi, Carole!

      Thank you for visiting my blog again!! I am sorry for the delay. I was traveling in the States to improve both my painting skills and English skills. Last night I got home. I really hope you will be able to take a class from her next year as well!

      I heard that one of the ingredient of fat oil is turpentine. I hope this helps you.

      Happy painting with her book!

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