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Welcome 2018! Learn to paint with Chinese ink and watercolors, render flowers of the four seasons and small animals using a Chinese brush. This class is for beginners with no brush painting skills as well as intermediate learners who are interested to refresh their techniques and gain a deeper appreciation of Chinese art and […]
A community speaker’s lecture at your local libraries 一in September/October Asian Art Museum docent Pauline Tsui will present the Story of Jade: with a brief introduction about the formation and classification of jade, to be followed by an appreciation of jade pieces (with examples crafted over thousands of years up till early 20th century China). […]
Since ancient times, the botanical properties of flowers have come to represent both human and divine qualities.
Join Pauline in a brush painting workshop in celebration of Asian Heritage Month — There are several workshops during the month of May at the San Francisco Public Library branches where Pauline presents Brush Painting Workshops to young and adult audience. Participants learn basic brush strokes and create pictures of plants and animals. Everyone gets […]
Explore the art of Chinese Brush Painting with Asian Art Museum docent and artist Pauline Tsui. Learn basic brush strokes and create pictures of flowers, birds and animals. Announcement for classes coming this Fall, to sign up for subscription follow our blog! Enquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org