Click HERE to return to the Unit Judging Guidelines page for more details on each unit
or click the quick link button below to go the Unit

 UNIT 15 

To be painted on a glazed porcelain plate, tile or other suitable porcelain shape, no less than 8inches or 20cm.

    ●  NO Bone China
    ●  NO Ceramics
    ●  NO Porcelain Bisque
    ●  NO Porcelain Canvas
    ●  NO Grounding
    ●  NO Dusting
    ●  NO Metallics
    ●  NO Penning
    ●  NO Lustres or textural effects

Tile must be framed, but NOT under glass.


A colour harmony using only ONE HUE with its tints, tones and shades. Black, White and Gray are Achromatic and are not colours so may be used to produce a tint, tone or shade of the chosen Hue.

    ✦  Single Hue plus White - Tint
    ✦  Single Hue plus Gray - Tone
    ✦  Single Hue plus Black - Shade

JUDGING: General Judging Guidelines and Judging Guidelines, etc. on Pages 2 - 6 of the "Porcelain Art Teachers New Zealand Judging Guidelines" booklet or here on our site.

FIRING: Good even glaze.


Design must suit porcelain allowing emphasis for good tonal values for both design and background.


❖ (A) Design painted using Achromatic tonal values first fire.

Further applications to be monochromatic with chosen Hue.


❖ (B) Design painted using one Hue with its tints, tones and shades,


❖ (C) Rookwood Style - painted (no dusting) using one Hue with its tints, tones and shades.


❖ Is it Monochromatic?

❖ Look for clarity of Colour (no mud).

❖ Good tonal value.