Chinese Brush Painting

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
9:30 AM – 12 PM

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Try your hand at the elegant technique of Chinese brush painting while exploring its historical context and significance. Learn the “four gentlemen” of virtue, the symbols that represent the foundation of Chinese painting and calligraphy.

Three Wednesdays; September 18 – October 2

About the instructor:
Lillian Seto after earning a fine arts degree at California State University, Sacramento, Seto spent six years receiving specialized training in Chinese traditional brush painting under private masters in Taiwan and at Beijing’s Central Art Academy in China. She has taught the subject for more than 25 years, and she and her students have exhibited extensively in the region.


$95 members
$115 nonmembers

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No experience is required unless noted. The Museum provides student-quality supplies included in the fee unless indicated otherwise. Students are welcome to bring their personal supplies; however there is no discount for doing so. Oil paints are not allowed in studio classrooms.

Image: Arnold Chang (American, born 1954), "Lofty Cliffs", 2006. Ink and color on paper, 55 3/4 in. x 28 1/4 in. Crocker Art Museum Purchase with funds from the Spencer Joe Fund in memory of the Honorable Spencer Avery Joe.

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