Saturday, May 18, 2019 1:00p -
zhao art studio
26 PINE GROVE PARK
WINCHESTER, MA 01890
Art, Performing Arts
What we'll do
Chinese Calligraphy Workshop
Chinese calligraphy is one of the oldest and most revered art forms in China. This Calligraphy, Sumi-e painting workshop with Quanzhou (Jack) Zhao will introduce and demonstrate the key techniques for learning Chinese Calligraphy, brushwork that have been taught over the centuries in China (and Japan, Vietnam, Korea, etc.), including brushwork techniques and the proper use of equipment and materials (brushes, ink, color, rice paper, etc.). Subjects to be taught and practiced will include basic fundamental Chinese calligraphy strokes and Flowers/Birds brush paintings in freestyle. Studying Chinese calligraphy is a mental exercise that coordinates the mind and the body. Many people consider calligraphy one of the most relaxing yet highly disciplined exercises for physical and spiritual well-being. The abstract beauty of lines and rhythms can be extremely creative.
One workshop session is defined as a weekend morning or afternoon up to 2 hours duration. At the end of the workshop, most participants will have one completed brush painting. Classes are taught in English or bilingually English/Chinese.
-- Demonstration and Visual Instruction
-- Hand-On Learning
-- Studio Practice
Through demonstration and individual attention adapted to student's particular skill level and interests, the instructor (Quanzhou Jack) will take you through your (first) amazing Chinese calligraphy brushwork (Sumi-e) painting step by step.
The tuition and fees are $50/person. Please make payment to PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
two days before the workshop begins (or By cash/personal check if you don't have PayPal account)
Please register here soon as seating is very limited. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe-TpDBVTStX71_jF08WgHUFaHH4CcixlG6jAo8LlASHLbXHg/viewform
• Important to know: Previous experience is not required. Brush, paper, ink, etc. all materials are provided for class use.