Porcelain paintings

Painting on porcelain provides a good training in technique, as very delicate handling is essential. The paint cannot be too thin, otherwise it will run off. It cannot be too thick, as the paint may crack after firing. Each stroke has to be very gentle, and must go only in one direction.

However, compared with the other forms of painting, porcelain painting is more difficult to do on one’s own, at least initially – for example, it requires a kiln. To me, it remains a form of decorative art, not least because I find it more difficult to express the deeper emotions as freely as in other forms of painting. When dealing with porcelain, one immediately encounters physical constraints. In other words, the emphasis of the art shifts from being primarily expressive to being essentially decorative.

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