RAA presents exhibit of Chinese Brush Paintings at Gateway

RAA presents exhibit of Chinese Brush Paintings at Gateway


Josephine Chen, a member of the Asian Brush Painting Class, has two paintings on exhibit

​​Members of Celia Chow-Huddleston’s Cinese brush painting class are exhibiting their recent works in Art Studio 1 at Gateway through the summer. This remarkable display of paintings shows both the classic and contemporary styles of brush painting, as well as the etraordibary the talent that resides in the Rossmoor Art Association’s membership.
The show includes works by six artists: Josephine Chen, Loretta Hsui, Janette Lowe, Huey-li Lily Lee, Barbara Bornet Stumph, M.S., and Choushia Yang Tseng.  Each painting has a caption, and some of the artists add a description or comment on their artwork.
Choushia Yang Tseng says, “Through Celia’s teaching, demonstration and correction, I have a much better idea of the techniques of dotting, line drawing, strokes, texture and shade, which are the elements of Chinese Brush Painting.” Loretta Hsui describes the style of her “Classical Chinese Landscape” as modeled after master painter Pu Xinyu (1896-19630). 
Take a few minutes to appreciate this beautiful display of Chinese Brush Painting.  Gateway Studio 1 is open everyday and anyone is welcome to view the art exhibits as long as there is not a class in session.
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