Featured Guild for the Holiday Arts Tour

Meet the Guild 

The North Louisiana Porcelain Art Guild was organized in Ruston, LA in March, 1963 and continues to be an active club with 20 members.  The objective of our club is promote interest and appreciation of fine porcelain art and to develop skills in this art form.

Our current President is Mrs. Frances Burford, Ruston LA.  We have members from Ruston, Monroe, West Monroe, Cotton Valley, Bernice, Farmerville, and Jonesboro.  Our club meets on the fourth Friday of each month, September through May.  Several times a year we have painting seminars conducted by various guest artists from all over the United States.  These seminars help us to improve our skills and learn new techniques in the art of porcelain painting.  Our painting is both artistic and functional, including wall art, dinnerware, serving pieces, tea sets, vases, lamps, etc.

We are always looking for new members and would welcome anyone interested in porcelain art.

Below are just a few of the talented individuals of the guild. 

Meet Betty Cox

I started painting china in 1970 in West Monroe with Mrs. Olivia Pickens.  I loved it from day one.  I have gone for lessons in Dallas and Cisco, Texas and Louisiana School in Alexandria.  I teach classes on Tuesday Mornings and a group comes to my house to paint for fun on Wednesday afternoons. 

Meet Mary Ann Cothran

I started painting in 2002.  A friend, Joye Hinton helped me get started.  I had previously painted in oils and acrylics.  I enjoy painting fruit and flowers.  I really enjoy having painted gifts for my family and friends.  China painting is a wonderful hobby. 

Meet Joye Hinton

I started china painting in 1998 after watching other painters for years.  I have painted in oil and acrylics before china painting.  I am the featured artist for Victori Rose Cottages web site www.victoriarosecottage.com.  I am sell on ebay under the name of 3juh.

Be sure to visit the North Louisiana Porcelain Art Guild at the Lincoln Parish Museum, 609 N. Trenton St.  The museum will be open the following hours Friday, November 19, 3-8pm and Saturday, November 20, 10-4pm.