Explore your creative side and discover new techniques with this fun workshop experience that is suitable for everybody who wants to learn painting. Learn from an experienced local artist with over 16 years of teaching experience, she'll teach you how to paint using traditional materials like bamboo brushes, sumi ink, Gansai Tambi 顔彩耽美 (Traditional Japanese colours), gold leaf on rice paper and in this special edition you'll paint onto luxury golden boards. Work from a selection of references from the different Japanese art movements such as Ukiyo-e, Rinpa School as well as some Japanese contemporary artists. We will also introduce the seasonal topics that help you to capture some stunning Japanese scenes. This painting class is suitable for beginners as well as those with a little more artistic experience, so don't worry if it's your first time. Your teacher will be on hand to provide guidance and answer any questions. At the end of your art class, you'll get the chance to stand back and admire your beautiful Japanese painting or you can share your experiences with the group. You'll head home with your completed piece and a new skill that's perfect to practice whenever you're looking to clear your head. This workshop is located at Cass Art in Liverpool where you'll also be able to take advantage of an in-store 10% discount for any art materials purchased on the day.
*Towards the end of the workshop there will be an opportunity for you to get your photo taken. We will use these photos for social media and promotional use. Please let the organiser know if you're not comfortable with this.
Ula Fung is a local artist originally from Hong Kong. Ula has over 16 years of teaching experience. Shortly after moving to the UK in 2016 she founded Floating Art and has since held hundreds of workshops in Liverpool and Manchester hosting over 3000 participants. floatingart.co.uk
Location: Cass Art Liverpool
Date & times: 30th March 2024, 1pm - 3:30pm
All materials provided:
- Sumi ink, Gansai Tambi 顔彩耽美 (Traditional Japanese colours), gold leaves, rice paper board or fan.
- Protective equipment such as aprons
What to bring:
- Comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting a little paint on.
- A carrying bag for take your artworks home.
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