DIVISION 15 - CHINA PAINTING
Fine Arts South Building
Superintendent: Teresa Duncan
Youth (12 & younger)
Adult Beginner Intermediate Painter
Master Painter (teachers & others)
People with Disabilities
Best of Class: chosen from blue ribbon winners in each class of originality and using patterns.
Best of Show: chosen from the Best of Class winners.
Every precaution will be taken at the Central States Fair for accepted entries, however Central States Fair, Inc. is not responsible for losses or damages. Premium money for ribbons is forfeited to pay for judge expenses.
All china painting must be done on china, porcelain, or bisque. All ceramic tiles, etc. will be on display only and not judged. All entries must be the work of the person entering. NO decals allowed. No Seminar pieces. All items should only be entered once. Any visible signature on exhibits must be covered before judging. No frame will be allowed for judging. Can be framed after judging. Any piece disqualified because of uncovered name may be entered next year, as it was not judged. Art work will be judged on: design and application (proper use of materials). Each piece will be judged on its own merit. Judge will give written comments. Judges will not enter in competition, but may display their work. All entries may be painted on any size or shape of china or glass.
There are 2 classes in each division – either Original freehand painting or using Patterns, then put into the appropriate Lot # .
Youth (12 & under), People with Disabilities
Class A: Original freehand painting
Class B: Painting – using patterns
Junior (13-18), People with Disabilities
Class C: Original freehand painting
Class D: Painting – using patterns Adult (beginner)
Class E: Original freehand painting
Class F: Painting – using patterns
Class G: Original freehand painting
Class Class H: Painting – using patterns
Class I: Original freehand painting
Class J: Painting – using patterns
Lots available in each class are as follows:
304. Flowers, multi-petals (mums, double violets, etc.)
305. Flowers, single-petals (poppies, wild roses, etc.)
Lot: 310 Snack sets, tea sets, coffee sets, place settings, etc.
311. Raised paste, enamels, luster, gold
312. Dresden, delft, pen work
313. Marine life, insects
314. Figures, figurines, jewelry, petit point
315. Rookwood contemporary-conventional, stylized one fire piece
316. Miniatures, 4’’ hand shaped porcelain
317. Agate etching, glass lamps, shades, other glass pieces
318. Holiday or seasonal fantasy still life
Other than named