Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy Workshop 中国专业水墨画工作坊
Searching for Chinese ink painting and calligraphy classes in Singapore? Well, our Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy Workshop is for you!
Learn the beautiful, therapeutic and tradition rich medium of Chinese Ink Painting, which is also a prominent form of art in Japan and Korea.
Students will be introduced to learn the techniques, materials and skills required in Chinese Ink Painting. The art form itself is tricky to master – the brushstrokes and the way to manoeuvre ink and water. With this art course, students will be able to pick up ink painting techniques starting from the foundation of Chinese Ink Painting, learning subjects such as the “four gentlemen” – plum blossoms, chrysanthemum, bamboo, orchids first, then moving on to learning popular subjects of birds and flowers, and introduction of landscape painting and creative abstraction with landscape painting, and gain an appreciation and understanding to Chinese ink painting practise and composition.
Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy Lesson Objectives (12 Sessions):
(1) Materials knowledge, brief history of Chinese Ink Painting
(2) Compositional skills, brushworks, techniques – through learning:
Four gentlemen – plum blossoms, chrysanthemum, bamboo, orchids
Birds and flowers
Introduction to landscape painting
Introduction to abstract/semi-abstract Chinese landscape painting
Calligraphy practise in every session (to understand brushwork, calligraphy strokes)
Our Chinese Ink Painting course provides art instruction and guidance from a foundational level. This is to bridge any previous knowledge, and to better guide complete beginners through a step-by-step approach.
Perhaps you’ve tried oil painting, or even acrylic painting, but just a disclaimer: ink painting is nothing like those. Ink painting is more similar to watercolour, and the key to it lies in the poetic feeling it is meant to achieve. The ratio between water and ink is what’s most important here. For those who have not tried this art form, do not hesitate to give it a try – it will open your eyes to a whole new world of creative expression!
Chinese Ink Painting – Practise of goldfishes during a Workshop session
Chinese Ink Painting is different from other forms of painting. It relies on the artist’s ability to capture the essence of the subjects and using limited inks and colours to portray it on to a painting. The aesthetic principles of Chinese Ink Painting relies heavily on the spirit of the subject, not the likeness of forms.
Creatively painting Koi fishes for prosperity, during our Corporate Chinese Ink Painting Workshop (2.5 Hours)
First Chinese Ink Painting artwork completed of the Bamboo subject!
Chinese Ink Painting is a representation of Chinese Art. Basic Chinese ink painting features the water and ink, black and white. Delving deeper into the Chinese Ink Art, there is the meticulous paintings of flowers like peonies and birds, with its vibrant colours, are also known as Chinese Ink Painting. The features of Chinese Ink painting are realistic representation close subjects, abstraction of distant subjects, subtle colors and a rich artistic conception.
With a brush loaded with ink and water, compose your Chinese ink paintings on rice paper. Chinese ink painting involves blending and tactful composition, expressing the essence and spiritual elements of the subjects.
This art course is suitable for anyone with a passion for Art or specifically, Chinese Ink Painting. Suitable for students of 11 years and up.
Student is painting a sparrow on the mounted fan shape
You’ll learn Chinese ink painting and calligraphy led by our instructor through step-by-step guidance and instruction, ensuring that you understand the principles of Chinese ink painting and calligraphy. Accomplish a complete work in every lesson!
12 Sessions of Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy Course = 12 Different artworks and multiple subjects learnt!
Our art instructor is giving a demo of applying seals on Chinese ink painting for composition and styling of work
Student is painting the Bamboo subject, Chinese Ink Painting on mounted scroll
Discover and explore the world of Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy today with this Workshop!
>>> All New Students will have to arrive at 7pm for an Introductory Briefing to Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy, from 7pm-7:3opm. This is a briefing on basic materials knowledge, history and styles of Chinese Ink Painting, and instructor’s demonstration on Chinese Ink Painting basic and common brushwork.
If you are keen to join our Chinese Ink Painting course to gain a strong foundation in the medium, the 12 session Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy course is for you! Sign up for our 12 Sessions Chinese Ink Painting Course and join us Every Monday 7:30pm-9;45pm, with ongoing registrations from 9 March 2020!
Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy Workshop
Every Monday 7:30pm-9:45pm / Every Thursday 11am-1:15pm or 1:30pm-3:45pm (March/April 2020)
*Please note that new students should arrive at 15 minutes before the session begins for an Introductory briefing on materials knowledge and Chinese ink painting styles.
For any queries, please call 62550711 / What’s App +65-90056716
> Acquire an understanding and appreciation for Chinese ink painting and calligraphy
> Chinese ink painting and calligraphy brush painting techniques, application and approaches, composition and style.
> Students will learn Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy through learning a few basic subjects such as the classical “four gentlemen” – Bamboo, Plum Blossoms, Orchids and Chrysanthemum, birds and flower subjects. (There is a full foundation course of 12 sessions Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy)
All art materials and free flow of beverages (hot/cold water, tea and instant coffee) is provided in the course fee.