Category Archives: Glass Painting

Tatiana Rogovsky

I paint directly on glass, practicing an old technique used in the making of the first icons in Romania. The process consists of first drawing the subject in black ink directly onto the glass, then gradually adding colors in a a specific order. All texts and subtitles must be written backwards, from right to left, as if one was looking into a mirror. When finished, the paint is sprayed with a special compound, making it impossible to distort, smudge, or rub off. This compound also helps preserve the art for many years, keeping it colorful and vibrant. I often decorate the frame to match the content of the painting.



Jeannie Hemming

Raised in the rural outskirts of Oregon City, Jeannie spent much of her free time roaming the countryside, admiring and sketching animals and landscapes. At the age of 10, she received an Etch A Sketch®, and immediately began delighting friends and family with her complex and realistic “EtchArt” continuous line drawings (created by turning the knobs, and then preserved by removing the aluminum ‘sand’).

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Randy Ainsworth

I am a self-taught artist except for a few art classes I recently took at Clackamas Community College. I graduated June of 2012 and received my Certification in Graphic Art and Web Design. I started drawing and painting at a very young age and was inspired and encouraged by my mother to draw and paint every day.

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