Learning to Painting on Porcelain

Joyce Pike (OPAM) shares her lifetime of experience


Learning how to paint landscapes on porcelain.

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Learning how to paint seascapes on porcelain.

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Learning how to paint goldfish on porcelain.

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Learning how to paint roses on porcelain.

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Joyce Pike


Joyce Pike is a sixth generation Californian who is listed in many major art publications and directories such as: "Who's Who in American Art", "World's Who's Who of Women," and, "The National Biographic Society." She is a master signature member of Oil Painters of America  and emeritus member of Women Artist of the American West.  After studying with Sergei Bongart, Hal Reed and Viona Ann Kendall, she taught at Los Angeles Valley College for seventeen years, and has given workshops in Europe, Mexico and throughout the United States.

Joyce has been featured in "Art of the West Magazine", "International Artist Magazine", "The Artist Magazine", and "Fine Arts Collector".  Her major awards include the American Artist Grand National Award for Floral Art. She has exhibited her work throughout the world and has been featured in several one-woman shows.

Joyce's paintings have been displayed in the following museums: Museum of Singapore, China; Museum of Art, Elmira, New York; Museum of Art, Palm Springs, CA; Elverhoj Museum, Solvang, CA; and Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, CA.

For additional information please visit: Joyce Pike Fine Art ==>

For many years Joyce admired the works of Franz Bischoff, the famous porcelain painter. After a successful career in fine arts, Joyce moved from the Central Coast of California, a principal source of her subject matter, to Gardnerville in Northern Nevada, where she is enjoying a lifelong dream of painting on porcelain, visualizing the Life of Jesus and passing on her craft to a next generation of artists. Joyce pays particular attention to authentic values and uses a combination of realism and impressionism to make each painting come alive.

Please enjoy the two Free Lessons provided with the compliments of Joyce Pike and Operation Savannah.

Joyce Pike on Porcelain: General Techniques ==>

Joyce Pike on Porcelain: Art Review ==>

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