Join Talia and learn how to paint the heron, crane and peacock, using traditional Japanese brushes, ink & watercolour on fine paper.
This mixed level course will explore these much-adored animal themes within the context of their meaning and significance in Japanese art. With each subject, you will learn about its core feature and ideas, alongside key brush strokes of each technique.
Friday - 20/9, 27/9, 4/10 12:45-16:15 Burgh House & Hampstead Museum, London
Based on simplicity and minimalism, this workshop is a form of active meditation, training of discipline of hands and mind. It enhances self-confidence and flow with the brush, promoting new sets of drawing skills. Each lesson will begin with a brief introduction and demonstration by Talia, you will learn various brush strokes and exercises accompanied by study sheets, plenty of practice time, 1-2-1 tutorial and group discussion.
You will be making your very own finished painting at the end of each session.
This course is registered as an Official Event of the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-2020
❀ Each lesson includes study sheets, plenty of practice time, 1-2-1 tutorial and group discussion
❀ Professional tools and materials are all supplied for the course as well as light refreshments
❀ Professional calligraphy sets, brushes and paper can be purchased during the course
❀ Due to the heritage nature of the Burgh House, places are limited to 14
❀ Buttery cafe at Burgh house will be open for light lunch, tea & coffee from 11am until 5pm
❀ Nearest tube: Hampstead / Northern Line
❀ Course fees to include all your tools & materials, course worksheets, and light refreshment
Cancellation Policy: Refund available up to 2 weeks prior to course beginning, less 20% admin fee. In the case of teacher's cancellation, a full refund will be offered.