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Hand Painted Art – Margaret Brittain Studio

Margaret Brittain Studio – Hand Painted Original Designs


Margaret Brittain specializes in hand painted designs on some very unique items including Frying Pans, Saw Blades and even Turkey Feathers.

The videos below will show you some of Margaret’s Hand Paintings.


Hand Painted Turkey Feathers





Hand Painted Saw Blades




Hand Painted Frying Pans



Visit Margaret Brittain Studio to see all of Margaret’s designs.

Margaret has just recently taken over her own web site, so she doesn’t have everything on it just yet – but she will soon.

Margaret will be adding, updating and SELLING  new products on her web site – all by herself!

For more information on a Web Site that Works – Visit Taking Aim Marketing.com.

Keep up the good work Margaret.

If you would like to be a Profitable Hobbies Featured Artist – send us an e-mail to info@profitablehobbies.com.

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    12 Responses to Hand Painted Art – Margaret Brittain Studio

    1. Jim Russell July 25, 2010 at 11:00 am #

      I’m not sure I understand what hand painting has to do with high speed engraving or micro blasting?

    2. Kevin Simpson July 25, 2010 at 1:05 pm #

      Good day,
      I just watched your video of your air brush on feathers.
      Fantastic!
      Thank you for sharing your talent !!!

    3. Ron Snayberger July 25, 2010 at 2:55 pm #

      That is an understandable comment but painting has a lot to do with engraving and blasting. Look at the artist’s design, texture, layout, the different surfaces she used. Think about using different surfaces for engraving. You could use saw blades to engrave on too. By posting videos like this it helps get our minds out of a box and think about what the artist was doing. Try to figure how you would use those images or ones like them in engraving or blasting. In blasting you can use several masks to create depth by blasting parts of your art at different depths. We are artists and we learn from each other, the purpose of the I & E Network. Many engravers take drawing and painting classes to learn how to see and translate that to their own medium. I hope I gave you some insight as to painting is important to us.

    4. Margaret Brittain July 25, 2010 at 4:35 pm #

      I understand what you are saying Jim. Ron is right also this is what brought me to Profitable Hobbies, I&E and Takeingaim. The painting is what brought me to the engraving and blasting. I have both units. I am learning. I have carved eggs and etched glass. But not anywhere near a master. I am learning relief carving on wood plates. I have given most every thing away for gifts. We all have to start somewhere.

      I personally would like to see some of the beginning stages of where others have started and there beginning work. What were your mistakes and how did you correct them. I love the end work but how did you get there. As for me it is pratice,pratice and more pratice. And with the good teachers and classes here from every one this all helps us. We are all helping each other. And Russ has even sent a special video to help me learn to get my pictures on line. Carol who has taken so much of her time talking so I could figure out what I did wrong or a better way. Tammy has helped also. This web site has been a blessing to me. The I&E net work and the web ears. Dr Lew has taken a lot of time trying to teach us on getting a business going. Like branding, contacts and sharing. The teachers thy have put us in touch with. I bless the day I found Profitable Hobbies. Where would we be had we not found them. I know of no other company that has helped others so much. Thank you for your time.
      God Bless
      Margaret Brittain

    5. Mike Hanks July 25, 2010 at 7:44 pm #

      Profitable Hobbies mission statement – To provide quality equipment and training to hobbyists, artists and business entities. To provide a network of “handmade” artisans that promote a continuation of their art through the sharing of their knowledge and skills with others……I would like to direct your attention to the fact that neither high speed engraving or micro blasting are mentioned.

    6. Dana Kieffe July 25, 2010 at 10:46 pm #

      In the length of time I have been a member of this wonderful group, I never knew that we were limited to just high speed engraving or micro blasting. Air brushing is also supported by Profitable Hobbies and that has nothing to do engraving or micro blasting, yet we have seen some amazing work. We also have some of the most talented artists that have shown thier drawings and yet never carved them. What I do know is that the I & E Network is a group of artists and aspiring artist that have a mutual respect, admiration, and support of each other for a shared passion – ART. It doesn’t matter what kind or the level of talent. The ability to take a feeling and vision that is private and find a way to pull it out of oneself and put it in a format that can be viewed by others and the courage to share it with the world is what this group is about. I quite enjoyed looking at Ms. Brittain’s work and thank her for sharing it with us.

    7. Ron Snayberger July 26, 2010 at 7:44 am #

      If you didn’t get a clear explanation why not contact Tamaree or Dr. Jensen at Profitable Hobbies and I’m sure they can give you a logical answer to your questions.

    8. Jim Russell July 26, 2010 at 9:20 am #

      Ron,
      Thank you for your time and courtesy. I have had several opportunities to talk to Tamaree over the phone, and have received great, useful information in a kind and courtious manner.

    9. Susan Shane July 26, 2010 at 12:11 pm #

      Hello,

      Having been a client and friend of Profitable Hobbies for 13 years, I’ve always found everyone to be most helpful, inspirational and caring. I know they want to open doors to a better future, offer great merchandise, support and share their knowledge with all their clients. So, whenever something new comes along, its another door they’re opening and another way for all of us to expand our knowledge, horizons, appreciation of art and, to help us create a stronger financial future. “Art in any form is related and relevant.” SS

      “To treat one another with love and respect is the essence of our being and the greatest gift to give and receive.” SS

      Have a great and blessed day,
      Susan

    10. Carole Edwards July 26, 2010 at 7:55 pm #

      Ron,
      I appreciate your message. We all learn from one another whether it’s something we may be interested in doing or not, but the beauty of it is something that we should all admire. I for one have done all the type of painting that Margaret is showing except the painting on feathers and I sure would like to learn or try it. When we think we are so “good” in what we do & can’t learn from others we are really “bad”.

      Margaret you are “very good”.

      Have a great day!
      Joanie Beck

    11. Estè July 27, 2010 at 11:47 am #

      I agree, Margrate is “very good”I would never have thought of decorating a saw blade! Totaly out of the box, keep it up.
      Estè Wiggill

    12. Mike Hanks July 31, 2010 at 9:28 pm #

      Margaret, I love your work. Please keep us posted when you get your site going I’m interested in your feather paintings. They are awesome!