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Miniatures Boxes

Posted in Dresden, European Style, flower painting, KPM Berlin, Meissen Style, Miniatures, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on March 19, 2017 by yumi

Hello there!!! How have you been? I hope you all are doing fine.

Today I want to show you my miniatures. I painted  on some Limoges white porcelain. I bought them in Italy last December. I have been collecting Limoges white porcelain miniature boxes because I love them. They are so cute, and it’s always so much fun to paint miniature flowers or something on them! I hope you like my hand painted miniature boxes.

Limoges miniature boxes

Limoges miniature boxes

Limoges miniature boxes, European Style

Limoges miniature boxes

The inside of the each boxes has cute bugs. The crocus one has a tiny ladybug and the daffodil one has a tiny butterfly.

Limoges miniature boxes, European Style

Limoges miniature boxes

This  box is my favorite.

Limoges miniature boxes, European Style

Limoges miniature boxes

Which one do you like the best?

Limoges miniature boxes, European Style

Limoges miniature boxes

Limoges miniature boxes, European Style

Limoges miniature boxes

Limoges miniature boxes, European Style

Limoges miniature boxes

Limoges miniature boxes, European Style

Limoges miniature boxes

 

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I used the patterns from Brigit Porter’s studies, but I didn’t use her techniques. I have been learning one-fire techniques from my painting school for years. So, I painted these boxes with the techniques from my school during I was doing my assignments to use the same colors.

I haven’t painted miniatures for a while, and I really enjoyed painting them. I still have some Limoges boxes and want to paint on them again!

I hope I can see you all on my art blog next week! I will try my best!!

Have a lovely weekend!!!

-Yumi

Blue and White

Posted in European Style, flower painting, Miniatures with tags , , , , on August 6, 2016 by yumi

Hi there! I am sorry for the delay. Last week I was busy for doing seven days art challenge on Facebook. I am glad that I finally can update my art blog tonight.  How is the weather where you live? Here it is extremely muggy. Today Osaka recorded 38 degrees Celsius! I almost melt with this humid summer!!!!

Since it’s too hot, I didn’t want to use many colors. So, I painted only blue. I bought the beautiful elegant shaped Limoges porcelain box at San Do’s painting studio a couple of years ago. Since then, I had an idea to paint a landscape on it.  The blue roses are Nyon roses.

Thank you so much for your support. See you next weekend here again!

 

-Yumi

Nyon roses, landscape, blue and white, European style, Porcelain painting

Blue and White

 

I hope you like this small porcelain box.

 

Nyon roses, landscape, blue and white, European style, Porcelain painting

Blue and White

 

 

Nyon roses, landscape, blue and white, European style, Porcelain painting

Blue and White

Nyon roses, landscape, blue and white, European style, Porcelain painting

Nyon roses, landscape, blue and white, European style, Porcelain painting

R.I.P. Ma

Posted in European Style, flower painting with tags , , on June 25, 2016 by yumi

Hi there! I hope you are having a good weekend.  A couple of days ago, I got some really sad news from one of my American moms, Dixie. Her 100 year-old mom passed away. I lost my American grannie. When I heard it, I was very shocked.

I painted this plate for her mother, Ma.  Ma was an amazing lady. I met her when I visited Charles and Dixie in Alabama a couple of years ago for the first time. They took me to their hometown, Kentucky. Ma lived alone even though she was over ninety. Her house was just like a museum with full of antiques!  I felt in love with Ma,  her house, Kentucky, Dixie’s sister, brother and everybody whom I met in a first sight. Since then, Kentucky has become my favorite States. Evey time I stopped by Dixie’s, I enjoyed meeting Dixie’s people and Ma there.

Last year I was planning on visiting Dixie and Charles again. I painted this plate to celebrate Ma’s 100 year old birthday. However, my in-laws got sick and I couldn’t make it. Next year, I am planning on visiting Dixie and Charles in Alabama, and I want to give this plate to them.

 

One Fire, European Style, Flower painting, Porcelain painging

Rose Plate

 

One Fire, European Style, Flower painting, Porcelain painging

Rose Plate

 

I painted this plate from my German teacher, Birgit Poter’s study, but I didn’t use her techniques. I painted this plate with my fat oil with one fire techniques.

 

I hope you all are having a relaxing weekend!

 

See you next weekend here again!

 

-Yumi

My practicing pieces with KPM techniques

Posted in European Style, flower painting, KPM Berlin with tags , , , on December 29, 2013 by yumi

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

Wall Pockets with The Nyon Style

Posted in European Style, flower painting, Miniatures, Nyon Rose with tags , , , , , , on August 17, 2013 by yumi

Hell friends!

Thank you so much for taking a look at my pansies and peals plate that I posted yesterday. It recorded over 400 footprints from all over the world only for a day, and I really appreciate it.  I’m very glad!

Today I post my other newest work.

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

Wall pockets with the Nyon Style

 

The Nyon style is dying art form like kutani in Japan. It’s from Switzerland and I really love these tiny flowers!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Painting with Birgit Porter!

Posted in European Style, flower painting, KPM Berlin with tags , , , , on August 10, 2013 by yumi

Two months ago I learned the KPM Berlin techniques from Birgit Porter in Georgia, America with Gay and Dixie.

We stayed at the host’s house for 6 days and took a four-day class. We practiced several flowers, and it was my first time to use her type of fat oil. I hadn’t mixed fat oil, clove oil, turpentine and lavender oil before, and it was new things for me.  When I painted with the techniques, first of all, it was not easy. It was very difficult for me to keep the good consistency for painting. While practicing, I became used to it.

Birgit painted any kind of flowers without looking at the real ones, and it made me very surprised. I think she had been trained at the KPM factory for a long time. So, her hands reminds how to paint. It was really amazing.

While teaching the KPM techniques, she painted several flowers for me.

Birgit Porter

Birgit Porter’s hand painted Plate

 

I practiced the flowers many times on a title.

 

My Practicing Piece

My Practicie Piece

 

My Practice Piece

My Practice Piece

 

Since I love the European style, I became a big fan of her techniques!  Since I returned to Japan, I’ve been practicing her techniques every day. I finished several pieces, and I want to show my other practice pieces later on the other blog entry.

I became good friends with Birgit, and we talked a lot until midnight every day. She became one of  my international sisters.  She told me that many people say the KPM techniques are very difficult and it’s hard for them to master it, but I really don’t think so. I don’ think it’s difficult. I think it needs a little bit practicing time compared to other techniques, and that’s it. I painted some pansies and pearls with the KPM techniques and I will show the piece later too. I think we can use the techniques to a lot of things not only flowers. I want to use the techniques a lot to my paintings from now on.

She taught us very gently, and I really loved the way she teaches us.

Birgit with Her Students

Birgit with Her Students

 

Birgit, Gay and Dixie

Birgit, Gay and Dixie

 

We stayed at the friend of Birgit’s house, and it was just amazing. Foods were good, and she was full of hospitality.  We really enjoyed painting, eating, hanging out, chatting, learning, sharing or whatever.

 

The View From the House

The View From the House

 

I want to take her classes every time I go back to America from now on. She explained how to design some bouquets, and I want to learn it more. I can copy the European style of bouquets, but I can’t design my original ones. I really want to become able to do it.  I also want to learn how to paint fruits too.

I will take her class at Dixie’s soon, and will learn how to paint super miniature portraits. I really can’t meet her again and learn from her!

 

 

 

 

Dresdens with the American Style!!!!!

Posted in American Syle, Dresden, European Style, flower painting, Meissen Style with tags , , , , , , on February 1, 2013 by yumi

Hi there!

Today I got my digital camera from the electric shop where I bought it. I took some my newest Dresden plates’s pictures immidiataly!

I’m happy that I can show my newest artwork here again!!

I painted them with open medium and named the techniques Dresden with the American style because I usually paint Dresdens with fat oil.

I used some San Do’s painting medium and mixing medium, but I’m happy they seem to be as pretty as painting with some fat oil.

A Baby Plate for the Dresden Style

A Baby Plate with the Dresden Style

A Baby Plate for the Dresden Style

A Baby Plate with the Dresden Style

A Baby Plate for the Dresden Style

A Baby Plate for the Dresden Style

A Dresden Plate

A Dresden Plate 1

A Dresden Plate 1

A Dresden Plate 1

A Dresden Plate 2

A Dresden Plate 2

A Dresden Plate 2

A Dresden Plate 2

A Dresden Plate 3

A Dresden Plate 3

A Dresden Plate 3

A Dresden Plate 3

I used my Dresden teacher, Alfredo Tradano’s Dresden patterns, but I I painted them with some Japanese colors for Dresden, some Japanese and British blushes that I’ve been used to, some San Do’s mixing and painting medium. I designed them by myself. I think for Dresden beginners, using some open medium is much easier to handle. I like this techniques.

Which one do you like the best?