Chinese Brush Painting taught by Celia Chow Huddleston

Chinese Brush Painting taught by Celia Chow Huddleston

​The new session of Chinese Brush Painting taught by Celia Chow Huddleston will begin Thursday, Oct 3 in RAA Studio Two.  Painters with some experience meet from 9:30am to 12 noon for five weeks. The class is limited to 10 people. 
 
This class will continue to experience the fun of producing amazing landscapes as in previous sessions.  Emphasis will be on painting larger works, and will include animals such as tigers and monkeys.  You can focus on subjects that interest you most and the class members will decide what they wish to paint.
 
Celia’s background is four-years of Fine Arts studies at Normal University, Taiwan Taipei.  She has an extensive teaching career including Junior High and other teaching venues.  Brush Painting is her frequently used medium, although she is adept with oil and ceramic arts.  For more information see her website at: www.shunghwachow.com
 
The tuition for the nine-class session is $85 for RAA Members. Non-Rossmoor residents can join the classes for $105. space permitting. To register send your check made out to “RAA” with “Celia Chow (either Beginning or Advanced) class” in memo line to: RAA Classes, 1966 Tice Valley Blvd., Box 278, Walnut Creek, CA 94595.  For information about space in the class and to let her know you are registering call her at 925-778-2327 or email her at: shunghwa@comcast.net.
1 Comment
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    Posted at 01:25h, 14 October

    China is a country that values painting so much. I know that China is the source of hate right now, but that does not mean that their culture is bad. They have a lot of bad things that are going inside their heads, but I think that they have a nice culture. The painting techniques that they have contributed to the world is just insane. I think that there are a lot of things that we can learn from them.

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