The Blue Ridge Arts Association will be showing and selling porcelain pendants and art work by Mary Belle Cordell at the Blue Ridge Georgia Art Center.
The Art Center exhibits contemporary and multicultural arts. The Art Center is located in the Fannin Co. Courthouse which is on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Mary Belle will be a guest artist for six month.
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Marco Polo brought porcelain objects back from his historic travels in China but it was not until 1708 that the technique of porcelain painting was discovered in Europe. Mary Belle Cordell teaches this unique art at the Boca Museum the Art School.
Luminous translucent oil based paints are used and fired at 1400 degrees in a kiln to produce each fine art piece of porcelain.
Teaching the fine art of china painting has become a passion for porcelain artist Mary Belle Cordell. Contact Mary Belle for class information or to purchase any of her fine art porcelain: 954-772-9647