Nature is the heart of Chinese Brush painting. It is intended to be a meditative and spontaneous art form, capturing the essence of an image or idea with very little attention to precise details. In this workshop you will learn the basics using the “Four Treasures” - the brush, ink stick, ink stone, and paper - to create a beautiful traditional paintings of one of the "four gentlemen": Bamboo. Continual demonstrations and individual attention will be provided throughout this unique two-day workshop. Students should bring sumi se ink, a flower palette, felt, and newsprint. Details regarding supplies can be found on our website. A $20 supply fee will also be due to the instructor on Saturday for a brush and rice paper.
Saturday and Sunday, March 24 & 25, 2018: 10am - 4pm
$140 for members / $160 for not-yet members
Linda Schultz is a retired art educator. She holds an MS in Art Education and a Certificate of Completion from the prestigious Art Farm Gallery for Studies in Chinese Brush Painting, where she studied with Professor I-Hsuing Ju. She further studied Chinese Brush painting with master painters in the city of Jan Ying, China.
The Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866