Wedgwood and Sons, produce Wedgwood, fine china, porcelain, and luxury accessories. The company was founded on 1 May 1759, by Josiah Wedgwood. It is not my favourite thing but I do admire the artistry in its production. I used wedgwood and the Moravian designs frrom the Czech Republic for inspiration for this jewellery box. A… Continue reading WP Photograpy Challenge Monochrome Art Project
Tag: acrylic painting
Upcycling: Folk art – Tole painting on metal jug
Despite the intense heat of the last few days, I did manage to produce a small item of decorative art. An old metal jug/watering can needed a facelift. A simple daisy flower painted with a technique of using progressively lighter overlaying shades of acrylic gouache, some blended dry brushed leaves and some flyspecking with… Continue reading Upcycling: Folk art – Tole painting on metal jug
Faux Finish – Marble DIY Tutorial
Ever wanted marble but could not afford it? You can with this simple faux finish.
Hindeloopen painting -a Traditional Decorative Art
HIndeloopen art is a type of traditional decorative painting originated in the northern province of Friesland, The Netherlands. It is a form of folk art painted by the maritime community of Hinderloopen, (a small town on the Zuiderzee). During times of bad weather when there was no fish to sell, sailors/fisherman would turn to painting as a way to pass the time and make some money.