Welcome to Chinese Painting Class Singapore!

Welcome to Chinese Painting Class Singapore!

Chinese Painting Class Singapore: Where your love of chinese painting begins!

Chinese Painting Class Singapore: Master the art of Chinese Ink Painting with us! Welcome to Chinese Painting Class Singapore! Chinese brush painting classes SingaporeLessonsin the various styles and schools of the tradition. This is an introductory lesson for traditional Chinese ink painting. Learners will be introduced to the materials and techniques used in creating various brush …

Chinese Painting Class Singapore

Chinese painting has a rich history as an enduring art form and is well known throughout the world. Traditionally, Chinese painting is done on rice paper or thin silk, using a variety of brushes, Chinese ink and dye. Chinese painting covers a variety of subjects: portrait, landscape, flowers, birds, animals, and insects.

Chinese Painting Class Singapore: The history of Chinese Painting

Appreciating the Art and Beauty of Chinese Ink Painting! Are you looking for affordable chinese ink painting classes?Chinese Painting Class Singapore teaches you Chinese Painting from beginner to master! You will learn to paint fish, flowers and plants in Chinese colour ink, deepen your understanding of Chinese culture and foster your creativity.

Chinese painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world. Painting in the traditional style is known today in Chinese as guóhuà, meaning “national” or “native painting”, as opposed to Western styles of art which became popular in China in the 20th century.

Like calligraphy, the art of chinese painting is usually done using a brush dipped in black or colored ink, usually on paper or silk. The finished work can be mounted on scrolls and hung. Traditional painting has also been done on walls, porcelain and lacquer ware.

There are two main techniques in Chinese painting:

  • “Gong-bi (工笔)” or meticulous attention to detail, referring mainly to portraits, and
  • “xie yi (写意)” or freehand, referring mainly to landscapes.

Chinese Painting Class Singapore: Where your love of chinese painting begins!

Heighten your creative senses and learn how to create your own traditional or contemporary piece of Chinese Art and bring home a piece of Chinese Painting today! Come and join Chinese Painting Class Singapore!