Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Vita

Vita of the Vitraaze Glass Shop is a glass painter from Kyiv, Ukraine who decorates teapots, mugs, plates, and various other glassware in striking hues to look like stained glass. Each vibrant piece is hand-painted with non-toxic paint and then heat-set so the designs don’t come off when washed.From floral designs to seasonal motifs, each colorful piece is a functional piece of art.Vita uses non-toxic enamels approved for use with food, then fires the pieces so their designs last as long as possible. They may not be dishwasher safe, but Vita says they’ll hold up to everyday use. I’ve been fond of painting since childhood,” Vita explained.“When I was a student, I read an article about glass painting and decided to try it out. I took a glass bottle and bought special paint for glass in the nearest shop. I then created a very simple design on the bottle, it wasn’t nice at all.”However, Vita didn’t let it discourage her. On the contrary.“I decided to try and perfect it,” she said. “I am crazy about doing everything as well as possible and fell in love with glass painting as I was doing my best to improve. Now, I’ve been at it for 6 years and still love it very much.”The artist usually finds inspiration in nature. “I adore how motifs of the natural world look on tableware and other pieces of décor. It’s a classic.”

More of Vita‘s amazing painted glass can be found at and




11 thoughts on “Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Vita

  1. You have a right to be angry, I am angry too you know. War is so senseless !!And it is the common people who suffer, not the big chiefs who started it.


  2. I am right there with you saying prayers for these poor people. My husband works with someone who has a cousin there; his truck was bombed last week and they’re coming to the US for surgery. It’s just all this killing for nothing. Sorry to let my anger peep out this morning….


  3. You sure know how to find the specials dear Claudia. I do hope this artist was spared from the bombs as he is from Kyiv. His work is awesome.


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