Learn the unique art of Chinese Brushpainting.
Discover brush strokes and techniques water,ink and colours on Xuan paper.
Brush Painting tradition is concerned with transporting the painter and viewer to a
peaceful place, hence its emphasis on flowers, trees, insects, small animals and other things
that signify nature.
A Chinese brush painting is never symmetrical;the negative space is a deliberate and
important consideration in the composition. There are multiple focal points and several
small focal elements to surprise and delight the viewer who comtemplates a work.
More Details:
SUN 31st MARCH 2019
TIME: 10am–1pm
LOCATION: EAS Studio, Cnr Church & Anne Sts
COST: $60 Membrs; $95 Non-members
PROVIDED: Materials, morning tea
BRING: Own lunch, sketches, photographs or
specimens.
SKILLS: Open to beginners and all levels

BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW!

WORKSHOPS@EMERALDARTSSOCIETY.COM.AU
or phone GINA on 0400 598 059

SUN 31st MARCH 2019
CORNER CHURCH & ANNE STS,
EMERALD
emeraldartssociety.com.au

THE TEACHER:
Echo Wu was born in Nanjing China and studied Chinese
Brush Painting, majoring in Flower and Bird style, in the
Fine Art Department of Nanjing University where she
became one of the most outstanding student ever taught
by Projessor Lu Yuezi. Echo has more than 10 years
experience teaching in Singapore & Australia.

Chinese Brush Painting