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The history of Chinese painting dates back almost 2000 years before our era. The ancient Chinese workers painted on silk, then on paper, and also on porcelain. Chinese painters who are often poets too, search to recreate the beauty of a flower, of a woman, and the splendours of a landscape.

The Chinese word for landscape is 风 景 (the site where it is windy / puff of wind). The painting of a Chinese landscape is also called “⼭ ⽔ 画” – the painting of the mountain – water, which embodies these two cosmological units: water which corresponds to the principle of 阴 -Yin, and the mountain the principle of 阳 -yang. Chinese art is nourished deeply by the Taoist thought (Tao, the natural and spontaneous course of things). When you apply the inks on silk or rice paper, you are creating only half the work, it is the movement of the water and coincidence that does all the rest. Chinese painting is not strictly aesthetic or the simple idea of decoration, but rather a harmonious union with the outside world, a true representation.

During this workshop, our teacher Xiaobo, will introduce you to the basic techniques of Chinese painting (the Xieyi style 写 意, which is usually applied to landscapes) – knowledge of the material (paper, ink, brushes), the different postures needed and the different brush strokes. She will then guide you and help you draw various items such as fish, water, rocks, flowers, mountains, until you feel comfortable enough to progress towards the realisation of a painting.

*Water in the middle of the mountain 28th June – 19 July (4 classes) CHF 249.50 per person

Introduction to Chinese Painting ( brush strokes , movement, the effect of painting mountain – water)

*Like a fish in water 9th August – 30 August (4 classes) CHF 249.50 per person

Work on brush strokes ( fish, plant and lotus)

CHF499 per person for 8 classes

Every Tuesday from 10:00 – 12:00 – all your equipment is supplied

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