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The Holiday Season Is Coming!

Posted in Christmas, European Style, landscapes with tags , , , , on November 26, 2016 by yumi

Hello there!

How have you been? I am very sorry that I couldn’t update my art blog at all. I went back to my painting school, and I am busy for doing my assignment. I am in a mid course of advanced and have to paint a lot to finish the course.

I am glad that today I can post something! I painted this place more than four years ago at my painting school. I  painted this Christmas place with one fire techniques.  Do you plan on painting something Christmas this year? Do you have some ideas for painting? I hope I can paint something Christmas this year and can update it here. I will try my best.

Christmas Plate, Christmas scenery, One fire techniques

Christmas Plate

Christmas Plate, Christmas scenery, One fire techniques

Christmas Plate

 

Christmas Plate, Christmas scenery, One fire techniques

Christmas Plate

 

Christmas Plate, Christmas scenery, One fire techniques

Christmas Plate

 

Christmas Plate, Christmas scenery, One fire techniques

Christmas Plate

 

My teacher in Tokyo gave me two objects, the burn and poinsettias. I combined two of them and designed the plate. My teacher loved it, and I got a big compliment from her. She wanted to keep the plate to show it to other students and recently she returned it to me. She had showed it to others for more than four years. I am so honored, lol.

Tomorrow, I will update my other blog that I have been introducing Japanese culture.  So, stay turned!

-Yumi

 

 

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Landscape

Posted in European Style, landscapes, Uncategorized on June 18, 2016 by yumi

Hi there! How are you doing this weekend? I hope you all are having fun!

Today I want to show my landscape painting. This is an assignment for my school. We have to paint this one with fat oil. Well, this one is not one fire. I fired this three times.

I can’t show my school textbook, but this one has no colored study. We receive a really bad conditioned black and white line drawing. the studies are two, and we have to convine the two different landscapes into one piece.  Then, we have to paint with our imagination. For me painting it was not so difficult, but the design to combine two different landscapes into one was a hard part. When you look at my piece, you can figure out some parts where you can’t make sense, lol. Most of students hate this subject, but I enjoyed it.

Now, I am making a tea set. After my teacher says, “Your pieces are done.”, I can show it you here.

Landscape, European style, porcelain painting, one fire techniques

Landscape painting

 

Landscape, European style, porcelain painting, one fire techniques

Landscape painting

 

I hope you like my landscape painting. It took one month for me to finish this piece.

Have a good weekend! See you next weekend here again!

-Yumi

Landscape

Posted in European Style, landscapes with tags , , on February 24, 2015 by yumi

Hi there! How have you been? It’s been a long while after I posted my latest piece. I am sorry for the delay and slow.

Today I want to show my latest work, a landscape. I painted this with the European techniques. This is one fire.

I hope you like it.

 

Landscape European style

Landscape European style

 

Landscape European style

Landscape European style

 

I like this scenery because somehow this painting reminds me of England.

A Sake Bottle with the Kutani Techniques

Posted in Japanese, Japanese Style, Kutani, landscapes with tags , , , , on January 27, 2014 by yumi

Hi there!

Today’s entry is the Japanese style! It’s a sake bottle and I painted it for my mom. She doesn’t drink at all, but she wants to use it as a vase.

The design is twisted, and it’s a feature of Kutani tableware. Isn’t it a unique style?

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

A Sake Bottle with The Kutani Techniques

I hope you like our Japanese style!!

Voyage

Posted in American Syle, Dragon, Fantasy, Jewerly Painting, landscapes, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on December 26, 2013 by yumi

Hi again!

I’m happy that I can show you my artwork every day, lol!

Today’s entry is “Voyage”.  I painted it for a workshop at Dixie’s.

I have several good people with whom I can enjoy painting at Dixie’s, and it’s their request plate.

Last year, I received a mention award at the international Thai convention, and this is the very similar design as the box that I got the award.

I love the design that a gold dragon is surrounding the sea and sky. I think it’s pretty neat.

Voyage

Voyage

Voyage

Voyage

Dixie’s painting people loved painting the design, and they made wonderful pieces!

Dixie's Painting People

Dixie’s Painting People

Dixie's Painting People

Dixie’s Painting People

Dixie's Painting People

Dixie’s Painting People

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Love you ladies! I’m looking forward to painting with you next year as well!!!!

A Traditional Kutani Plate in Japan

Posted in International Convention, Japanese Style, Kutani, landscapes, My Trip with tags , , , on August 1, 2013 by yumi

Hi there!

How have you been? I’ve been doing well, and started preparing my third studying abroad in America this year. I will fly to America in three weeks, and stay there for two months! I really can’t wait!

Before going back to America, I want to update my art blog as many as I can.

Today’s blog entry is “Kutani”. I painted this plate for the international Mexico convention this year.

When I showed it to people in Mexico, most of them were so interested in our classical and traditional style, Kutani because it’s their first time to see the Kutani style in person. Many people in Mexico said the colors on the plate were very unique. Yes, they are!!! That’s because they are made from glass. Only Kutani uses the colors made from glass in Japan.  I’m really glad that many people became interested in Kutani.

Kutani

Kutani Plate

They said the green color on the plate was so lovely, and I totally agree with them. I’m very proud of our this art form, Kutani and the colors.

I’m so glad that I could introduce Kutani to people in Mexico, and they really loved my plate!

Kutani

A rare side of a Kutani plate

Kutani

Kutani Plate

I donated this plate to the convention, and one of the Mexican ladies has kept it. I’m really happy that my plate is in Mexico!

The GA School By The Sea Porcelain Arts School

Posted in American Syle, European Style, landscapes, Meissen Style, Miniatures, My Trip, Portrait, The GA Seminar by the Sea Porcelain Art School with tags , , , , , on March 27, 2013 by yumi

Hi there!!!!

How have you been? It’s been a while since I updated my blog. I returned to Japan from America a week ago. While I was there, I started walking in the morning and I still have been keeping on walking every morning in Japan. It’s really good for me to start a day.

Today’s entry is what I painted in America. I got in the GA school by the sea porcelain arts school and took three classes from international teachers.

My first class was painting a miniature scene with an ex Meissen painter, Joerg Kugelmeier. I met him at the Thai convention last year, and even though I exchanged a small conversation with him, I didn’t talk to him. So, I was a bit nervous to take his class, but taking his class was extremely fun and I really enjoyed it. He was a great teacher and painter. I love painting with the Meissen technqiues. I’m thinking that to go his painting studio in Germany to learn the Meissen techniques more next year! Thank you so much for teaching, Joerg! I’m looking forward to piking on our BAD English each other again, lol!!!!!

The Class subject for the GA School

A Class subject for the GA School

The Class subject for the GA School

A Class subject for the GA School

I painted one more plate for my mom during the class.

The Class subject for the GA School

A Class subject for the GA School

The Class subject for the GA School

A Class subject for the GA School

My second class was painting a miniature portrait with Cookie Barton, an American portrait painter. Since I like painting royal families, I really enjoyed painting the boy’s portrait. Cookie was also a very good teacher. Since she invited me to go to her painting studio in Oregon, I really want to stop by her painting studio to take her class more!!

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

Me with Cookie and my classmates

Me with Cookie and my classmates

She didn’t touch my portrait and just taught me how to paint it. I love the way that a teacher doesn’t touch a student painting because I can think about my painting.

My Last class was how to do raised past and gold with Sylvia Beythoun from England. I met her three years ago at the Arizona school for the first time. Since then she has been my friend. I love raised pasts and gold, but I’m not good at it and I needed a good teacher. I’m glad that I learned it from her. I really love her gorgeous work and from now on, I want to use the techniques on a lot of my work! I also plan on going to England to learn more from her next year!! See you next year, Sylvia!!!!

A Class Subject for the GA school

A Class Subject for the GA school

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

A Class Subject for the GA School

I enjoyed learning, hanging out with my friends, painting and everything at the school! I hope I can go there next year again!