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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Wine Glasses, Anyone?

Since I did my last post on painting wine glasses, I thought it would be great to share with you the artwork of an AMAZING artist who also paints on wine glasses.  Her work on the glasses is beautiful, so say the least.  And yes, her work is in high demand.  This is one busy lady, people!

I met Pauline Ross through Fine Art America.  This is where you can buy prints of our artwork.  If you would like to have  a peek at her shop where here prints can be purchased, go to   Her artwork goes well beyond painting, she quite the photographer, she also does wood sculpture and her pyrographic artwork had been shown on the History Channel!  How do you do it, Pauline?

Pauline says she follows pretty much the same method I do for painting on the glasses, though her style is quite different from mine.  She draws the images, and does not use photos.  Her bake times were a bit different, it is important to read the label of the particular kind of paint you are using and follow the manufacturer's recommendation.  If you would like to see more of Pauline's glasses, go to her Yessy shop.  It is worth looking at...she has so many more available, it was hard to pick which ones to show here!


  1. wow, her work is beautiful! Thanks for sharing. And I read your tutorial!! I want to try it... but I have SO many projects going right now that I wouldn't dare start another one yet, lol!!

    And thanks for your kind comment on my metallic piece. I have several more in the works and will hopefully finish them soon. Isn't being an artist the best?!! I love it!!


  2. Jo Ann!! Thanks for sharing Pauline with us! Wow, her art is amazing! Truly talented person! I took a look at her glasses and I love her lady bugs! So darn cute ;o) ( I will e-mail soon. Been busy since I got home. ) Big Hugs ;o)

  3. I just wanted to say, I can't believe the range Pauline can paint! People, landscapes, everything! And, I love her photo's too!!! Fantastic!!!

  4. Those are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Thanks for sharing Pauline's work! I am in love with that dragonfly!


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