In this workshop, participants will learn about Japanese painting and its techniques, and create their own A5 artwork inspired by Iwasaki Tsunemasa's Honzo Zufu (本草図譜), a vast chronicle of botany from 18th and 19th century Japan. Participants will be taught how to use Japanese brushes, ink and Gansai (Japanese Watercolour) paints on premium washi paper, and how to mount their artwork onto a wooden panel at the end of the session.
The workshop will be taught by Vanessa Lim, an Artist-Educator with over 5 years of teaching experience. Vanessa has exhibited across Asia and the UK, and was recently selected as an Artist in Residence with Tsukuba University’s CAIR Programme.
Location: The Art Space, Cass Art Kingston
Dates & times:
14th January 11:30am - 2pm
11th February 3pm - 5:30pm
10th March 11:30am - 2pm
Materials provided: The materials for this workshop will be provided, but additional materials if required can be purchased at Cass Art Kingston.
Please note, these workshops take place on the first floor and there is no step-free access.