Chinese Brush Painting: Fish
Thursday, January 24, 2013, 9am
AB Dow Classes
In China, the fish is symbolic of unity, fertility and fidelity as it is noted that fish (particularly koi) often swim
together in pairs. In Buddhism, the fish symbolizes happiness and freedom. By learning to draw the
traditional strokes of contour, fins, scale and tail, you can paint this subject with an authentic spontaneous
style. Water plants will be introduced as background subjects. This class is for beginners as well as
intermediate students. Step by step, you will complete your artwork with Chinese calligraphy and seals.
Students will also learn the traditional wet mounting technique. Tools are available for purchase from the
Date(s):  January 24 - February 28, 2013
Day(s) of week:  Thursdays
Time:  9 am - 12 pm
Instructor:  Louise Chen
Location:  Studio 3b
Class Type:  Visual Art
Course Code:  16458
Class Cost:  $115 | $90 ABDM Member
Member Registration Begins:  November 16, 2012
Please Note that members must register via Ticket Office to receive their member discount. Register by December 21st to save $5 on this class!
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