REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CLOSED
Dates: Fridays, Eight-week session, March 15- May 10 (no class April 19)
Course Description: This introduction to “the four treasures” of Chinese painting—ink stone, ink sticks, brush, and paper—allows you to explore a variety of techniques. Learn the Chinese methods of flower and landscape painting, as well as compositional development. You may bring your own supplies; a list of required materials is distributed during first class. Open to all levels.
Instructor: Sue Yang
Sue Yang received her MFA from Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 2004, Diploma from SMFA in 2001, MA from Ohio State University in 1979, and BA from National Taiwan University in 1977. She has been teaching at the SMFA since 2003. She has more than 10 solo shows in US, Europe, and Hong Kong, such as Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston (’06); Kwang Hwa Culture Center, Hong Kong (’04); and Paradigma Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (’02). She has received numerous awards and group shows in the US, Europe, and Asia such as Danforth Museum, MA (’10); Massachusetts College of Art and Design (’04); Landschaftskunst Gallery, Hamburg, Germany (’03); Viridian Gallery, New York (’02); and Museum of Manila, Philippines (’06).