VIRTUAL - Colorful Peony with Butterflies

Date: October 07, 14, 21, 28 at 1:30 to 4 pm 2020

  •  Schedule

  • 4 sessions

  • Location

    WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room

In China, the Peony was known as the "king of all Flowers", and it is the epitome of nobility. You will learn the magnificent of peony through with simplicity of brushwork, depicts the ideas that unique perspective to expresses on Oriental rice paper.  Each technique is demonstrated by the instructor. Students receive individual attention adapted to their particular skill level and interests. All levels.

Note: Please note that registration will close October 5 at noon central time. Please register early.

Registration at https://watercolorhouston.org/event-3944841

  • Member – $100.00

    Member Registration

  • Non-member – $140.00

    Non-member registration fee is an additional $10.00 per day

 

Supply list:

  • Two small combination brushes. One large combination brushes. One large hard bristles brush as orchid bamboo, one fine tip brush or happy dot brush.

  • A box of Marine’s Chinses watercolor 12 or 18 tubes https://www.jerrysartarama.com/maries-chinese-watercolor-painting-set

  • A bottle of Sumi ink.

  • Couple of large porcelain dishes as your older dish.

  • A roll of paper towel,

  • 2-4 paper weights,

  • A painting mat.

  • A wash jar.

  • Any kind of absorbent oriental rice paper, as best Shuen or Double Shuen (two ply) 5 sheets of 52” x 18” www.orientalartsupply.cpm or Amazon  https://www.amazon.com/Watercolor-Practice-Japanese-Calligraphy- MEGREZ Chinese Japanese Calligraphy Practice Writing Sumi Drawing Xuan Rice Paper Thickening Without Grids 100 Sheets/ Half Sheng Shu (Half Raw Ripe) (13 inches by 17 inches)

VIRTUAL - 4 Unique Chinese brush painting Techniques:  (Salt, Liquid soap, floating rice paper, Leaf print)

Registration at https://watercolorhouston.org/event-3944856

Nov 7/8 Saturday & Sunday at 1:00 - 4:00 pm
$80 members/$100 non-members

Chinese brush painting provides a wonderful opportunity to closely observe nature. One key element of this distinctive style is the influence the materials have on form and technique. Each technique will be introduced with step by step instruction. This class we will focus on 4 Unique Chinese brush painting Techniques (Salt, Liquid soap, floating rice paper, Leaf print).

Note: Please note that registration will close November 5 at noon central time. Please register early.

 

Supply list:

  • Brushes: 2 hard brushes, one large and one small. 1 flat brush (1.5-2.5 inches). 2 combination brushes, one large and one small. 1 pointed brush. couple of charcoals.

  • Paper: all kind of oriental absorbent rice paper.  Amazon  https://www.amazon.com/Watercolor-Practice-Japanese-Calligraphy- MEGREZ Chinese Japanese Calligraphy Practice Writing Sumi Drawing Xuan Rice Paper Thickening Without Grids 100 Sheets/ Half Sheng Shu (Half Raw Ripe) (13 inches by 17 inches)

  • A box of Chinese watercolor 12 or 18 tubes https://www.jerrysartarama.com/maries-chinese-watercolor-painting-set .

  • A box of Sumi ink.

  • Couple of large dishes or Pallets.

  • Two painting mat as cotton mat, or table cloths.

  • A wash jar or bowl.

  • A small jar of salt. A jar of liquid soap.  A marbling tray as a large shallow plastic box, or large heavy foil baking pan. A hairdryer.

  • Few of different plants’ leaves. 

  • A roll paper towel.

  • 2-4 paper weights.

  • A Hair dryer

 

Watercolor Art Society of Houston

Locatio:Watercolor Art Society - Houston

1601 W. Alabama at Mandell, Houston, TX 77006 
Phone 713.942.9966  

www.watercolorhouston.org

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