Handpainted interpretations on porcelain from a private collection of old photographs from the 7Galerie in Sète, France. All presented within found wooden drawers.
NOTE on process…My paintings on porcelain resemble photographs which I refer to as Phossils. (The process is long involving preparation of flat plates from fresh porcelain. Once dry, they are fired at approx. 900ºc. Using a mixture of powdered oxide and several other ingredients, I then handpaint directly onto the ‘biscuit’ porcelain. Once complete I then fire it a second time at approx. 1280ºc.)