What to paint for a Thai princess?

In March 2015, I had the honour of of presenting a small collection of three porcelain paintings to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, during her visit to the TIPP  - Thailand International Porcelain Painting Convention 2015 at the Sala Phra Mingkwan Building, SACICT.   Please read more about this event here.  In this blog post I will s ...

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[Press Release] Melbourne Artist impresses Thai Princess

[Press Release] Melbourne Artist impresses Thai Princess Melbourne Artist, Ingrid H Lee was invited as a guest artist by the Thailand government to attend the SACICT Thailand International Porcelain Painters (TIPP 2015) Exhibition, from 6 – 9, March. Ingrid participated in the auspicious occasion of H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's visit to thi ...

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A focus on contrast and value for lustre roses on porcelain

One of the most important elements of designing your work when creating mood, to communicate and idea or point of interest or to evoke a feeling from your work, is the use of contrast and value .  The focus on strong contrasts of light and dark in paintings is termed as Chiaroscuro, an Italian terms from the Renaissance where usually bold contrasts affe ...

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My new collection of works has flowed from the previous collection called Destiny and Love.  All of my collections are discerning the ideas and experiences I journey through, so in some way they are all in flow.  I started this new collection last year and I haven't shared these art works online yet.  I've been sharing a few test firings which you can s ...

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I was invited as a feature artist to the APAT exhibition in Sydney, October 2013, I taught some demonstrations there too, read more here.   This post records a little of my research information for the painting which I exhibited in the Art Deco theme section, I don't have much time to write a lot :) Here is a pic taken by artist Tony Johansen who I met ...

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