Hi everyone, my name is Ilona Romule, and I’m a porcelain artist from Latvia.
I create porcelain sculptures, which are then painted with the overglaze/china paints.
In this workshop I will go into detail about the equipment you can use, I will demonstrate several drawing and painting techniques, and you will be left with an extensive knowledge of overglazing your work.
When you buy this workshop, you get:
- Instant Access to Watch my pre-recorded Workshop
- The workshop is 2 hours 10 minutes long.
- You can watch it as soon as you purchase this workshop & login to your account.
- Bonus Q&A
- Watch my bonus 1 hour Q&A where I answered questions about my process face-to-face
- Lifetime Access to the Replays
- The workshop and the Q&A are recorded, and you will have lifetime access to it. You can watch it online, or download it to your device to watch offline at any time
After this workshop, you could be making beautiful work like this:
All my artworks are figurative and the figure is at times close to Desire itself.
The figure-matrix, like the unconscious as described by Freud, acts like a language of Desire.
Desire as a primary mode for communication expands the possibilities of figurative art with a bold, expressionistic style.
Love, lust, and desire – both spiritual and physical – are among the dominant themes in the thematic of Desire in my
female, male sculptures, and mythological creatures.
One provocative aspect of these works is not their imagery, per se, but the manner by which many of them take intimate
experiences and translate them into public expression.
Desire is a complex human emotion, direct emotion, raw feeling…
But Art is not a mirror…
PORCELAIN AS A LANGUAGE
I refer to my Art as, three-dimensional stories in colours.
Drawing continues the form and the form continues the drawing, while together they make a story.
Both the events of my daily life and my imagination are reflected in my work. As well as a game with symbols and mystical fantasy creatures…
Images: a man and a woman, sometimes represented as animals.
Everybody has their own story. This is a deeply individual matter.
I make one-of-the-kind artworks, using industrial processes. The material and technique should not be the primary focus. They should simply be professional enough not to surpass the idea.
Porcelain is the language of my “story”, and this language should be fluent and flawless.
It is not important in what language you keep silent,
The most important is in what language you speak…