Several hundred pieces were on show at the Mid North Coast Porcelain Painters Association exhibition.
Association members displayed their work at the Laurieton United Services Club over two days.
The exhibition featured hand-painted porcelain and bone china.
The exhibition pieces were grouped by colour.
Mid North Coast Porcelain Painters Association president Joan Killiby said porcelain painting was a labour of love.
“The appeal [of porcelain painting] is you come out with something very beautiful and you have created your own piece that is lifelong and will always be there to look at,” she said.
The June 9 and 10 exhibition was on the same weekend as the Camden Haven Orchid Society’s Winter Show at Laurieton United Services Club.
The exhibition included a special table for orchid-themed porcelain painting.
The Mid North Coast Porcelain Painters Association meets on the first Friday of the month at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Port Macquarie.