Vase Painting

The surviving Greek paintings appeared on pottery, particularly vases. The beautifully shaped vases were painted with scenes from everyday life and form stories about their gods and heroes. The painted vases above are sample of modern vase painting.

Here are the instructions:

1. plain flower vase in small, medium, and large;
2. art paint or water color;
3. paint brush

1. Choose design or style of vase painting you wish to do;
2. Paint the vase within your designs using art paint  (any color);
3. Do the second coating of art paint to enhance the color.

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SmilingSally said...

Those vases are pretty. Thanks for visiting. Perhaps you'll be able to join in Blue Monday one week.

SsSan said...

I love it and with simple instructions to follow.

Sally said...

I wish I could be artistic, but I was born with that conspicuously missing from my genes! Love your site. Thank you

ricamaekate24_ybanez said...

those flower vases are very nice an attractive..they have different colors.I wish i can be artistic like them,,....

Meshlei Severino said...

these vases can help you a lot when it comes to decorations.. it can be of good use to hold colorful flowers to decorate your homes.. you can place it on tables so that your home would look pleasant..

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