Inspired by Chinese Brush Painting – Learn the rules of traditional composition in a landscape - some of your images can include animals - with artist Julia Borodina When: Wednesday 14th November 2018 - Time: 10am - 3pm - Level: All - All materials and refreshments included - Cost: £45 - (just bring a packed lunch) Plenty of one to one
Limited places available
Chinese Brush Painting is the art of using simple and effortless brush strokes to give an impression of a figure or scene. It’s an art form quite unlike any other, with an evocative and exquisite look that is inspired by the sweeping curves of nature.
During this unique workshop you will explore how to paint wild Orchids and create images of River Landscapes.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful oriental art of Chinese Brush Painting with its sweeping lines and haunting, fragile style, this ancient oriental art form is a fantastic subject of study. With advice and support, you can learn the intricacies and delicacies of this wonderful painting technique.
The workshop is run by practicing artist Julia Borodina who is member of Chinese Brush Painting Society in the UK.
Tutor: Julia Borodina is a Russian-born fine artist, who has a passion for colour, loose painting technique and enjoys using impressionistic approaches within her work. Julia holds a BA in Fine Art from Omsk University, Russia and an MA in painting from University of Wolverhampton. Julia has 10 years experience of designing and leading creative workshops specialising in watercolour, acrylic and oil painting. Julia's work has been exhibited at The Royal Institute of Painters in the water colours annual exhibition and at The Royal Society of Birmingham Artists. www.juliaborodina.co.uk
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