Vintage Porcelain Art

Hand Painted Porcelain by Amy Enright

Welcome to Vintage Porcelain Art! I am an award winning porcelain artist with over 20 years experience. I specialize in the vintage "lost" art of china painting in the style of the old victorian masters as well as in the romantic, shabby and cottage chic style. Thank you for letting me share my art with you!

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Friday, July 9, 2010

Pink Saturday July 10, 2010!

Welcome to Pink Saturday once again!

As always, many thanks to Beverly for hosting our favorite pink day!
Click here to see other Pink Saturday posts.

Another heart felt thank you goes out to my new blogger friend Valerie at "Poems My Way". She has many inspirations and "soul food" on her blog.

Click here and see her and help her reach her goal of 100 followers!

So, enough out of me! :)
Here are my Pink "show and tells".......
First I'll show you what you probably came to see, some PINK ROSES on Porcelain! 

Roses and lilacs pitcher

Pierced Heart Box


Cherubs and Roses

I may have mentioned before that I like to paint on other things other than porcelain....
But before I show you, I have some "splainin' to do"!
For 9 years I was a professional clown, and  being the painter that I am, the face painting (with or without the clown costume) was my favorite part of the job!
Well, one thing led to another and I became well known for my face and body painting.
Pregnant belly painting became a very popular request for me. About 2 years ago
I was invited to do a segment on Pregnant Belly Painting for a nationally televised show called "The Doctors".
It aired last year a few times.

Pink Star Gazer Lilies on a Pregnant Belly!
(BTW! "It" was a girl! :D)






Thank you for the priveledge of sharing my art with you.
Have a wonderful weekend!

25 comments:

  1. Hi Amy,
    As always you have a treat in pink for us. I'm lovin the little pitcher; gorgeous! The cherub plate and heart trinket box are lovely too. Such beautiful treasures! I never get tired of looking at your lovely creations. And what fun to paint a belly with something so pretty! Happy Pink Saturday, my friend and hope you have a wonderful weekend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  2. Hi Amy, as always, love coming to your blog for Pink Saturday because we get to see such beautiful things that you paint, all your pieces are so lovely.

    Have a terrific weekend, and Happy Pink Saturday to you!

    Warmest hugs, Brenda

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  3. Well I guess you do love to paint just about anything, ha!

    Happy PS,
    Jacalyn

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  4. Amy, your work is so beautiful. Now I don't know about the belly painting, LOL, not something one is accustom to seeing, but why not, I guess. Giggle.
    I do love you pitcher in the first picture, (well, I like them all) wonderful
    Hugs
    Gail

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  5. Goodness!! I just love that last plate with the sweet cherubs!!

    HPS!!

    Debbie

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  6. Oh Amy that heart box is over the top beautiful. Your painting is a delight for the eyes. What a gift you have. I have never heard of belly painting, but think it's great. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

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  7. Hi Amy! Your work is beautiful! And how fun that you were on The Doctors! Happy Pink Saturday!...Debbie

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  8. Hi Amy, thanks for stopping by my blog! Wow, I love your work.. you are extemely talented. I have never seen belly painting before. I just love your cherub plate and adore you roses.. beautiful! take care, Maryann

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  9. Hi Amy~ ~ ~I don't know how I missed you but I'm so glad to be here now and see your lovely work. I am amazed by your pretty flowers! I too love pink roses on . . . anything!
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  10. Hi Amy! How nice to meet you! Oh, that's funny painting on the pregnant belly!! But it sure is cute!
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  11. Hello! Wow! Simply Wow! These are such amazing pieces, so delicate and intricate! I am blown away!
    I love the pregnant belly painting!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog - Happy PInk Saturday!
    Cheers- CailinMarie

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  12. Amy, your work is absolutely AMAZING! I am in awe, and that's interesting about painting pregnant women. I want to know how you got involved doing that??? Enquiring minds... ;-)

    My grandmother did china painting in the early 1900's, and I have some of the things that she made which I cherish. Yours are truly phenomenal. Great job, and thanks for sharing.

    Happy Pink Saturday!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  13. Hi Amy, Oh my, your work is stunning... I need to take you home with me for awhile. ha ha I appreciate people that can paint and draw.... it is quite the talent. I can draw a little and I guess if I took the time doing it I probably wouldn't be so bad. Anyways I'm coming back later to absorb more of your beautiful treasures.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to visit me... It is always so nice to meet new bloggers.

    Have a Wonderful Day*

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  14. Amy....I LOVE your pink items today...I really love your artwork...It really expressed my style to a "t" :) :) So beautiful...I'm in awe of the talent God has given you...oh, I did see that segment on The Doctors awhile back!!! That was really cool...I had no idea then, that you'd be a blog friend of mine :) :) Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :) :) :)

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  15. Amy, I love all the pinks you assembled to share with us today. It is a beautiful post. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  16. Wow Amy, you are an incredibly talented artist and have had an interesting life! The painted pregnant bellies are so unusual. Happy Pink Weekend! I'm following your blog on facebook.

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  17. your heart is cute,
    your pink tummy is the cutest.
    way to go,
    u rock!

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  18. Hello! Just wanted to stop by and thank you for leaving such a nice comment about my blog! I have been visiting yours and WOW! Do you have some talent!! I envy someone who can put something like you do on china, let along paper! Wonderful!~Hugs, Patti

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  19. Dearest Amy,

    WOW! What an amazing talent you have, and an art that to me, is a lost art! And you were a professional clown? I so love learning about people through blogging. Thank you so much for coming my way to visit. It is always nice to meet new people! Anita

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  20. Your work is just beautiful! I enjoyed my visit. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

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  21. Thank you for visiting me at the Sweetbrier Cottage. I am really enjoying your blog! My daughter is a collector of painted porcelain and has educated me somewhat on the art. Your talent is amazing and I wish you continued success in all you do, including the bellies:)

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  22. Hi Amy,
    I've added your link to my tea post. I'm posting a bit earlier today. I look forward to what you will share this week!

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  23. Hi Amy, it is always wonderful to see your work featured on Pink Saturday, however it was a surprise today to see a painting on an expectant Mum.
    (((HUGS))) Delcie

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  24. Amy,
    You have a wonderful delicate style to your artwork. So precious. Love the heart box with the detail inside. Everything you do is wondeful.
    Thank you stopping by for tea. Hope we see you often. Have a blessed week.
    Pam

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