The paintings below were in preparation for teaching a traditional Chinese Painting workshop. Part 1:The first image shows the bamboo bone stroke, the horn-of-the-deer, and a focus on varying the trunks: light - dark; young - old; thick-thin. Part 2: shows a bamboo painting complete with the leaves in the "swallow" formation.

Demonstration - Millennium Gate Museum    Click on a image to see information and a larger more detailed view of the painting.
Demonstration - Bamboo          Click on a image to see information and a larger more detailed view of the painting.
Demonstration - Lotus at the Annual Sumi'e Society of America Meeting -
                                                  Click on a image to see information and a larger more detailed view of the painting.
Workshop: Sarasota, Florida   Click on a image to see information and a larger more detailed view of the painting.

by

Charlene M. Fuhrman-Schulz

Traditional Chinese Brush Painting and Contemporary Watercolors

Copyright @ 2015 Charlene M. Fuhrman-Schulz: Oriental BrushStrokes

 

(Traditional Chinese Brush Painting, Oriental Art, Asian Painting, Oriental Painting, PoMo, Splashing Ink, Tradtional Chinese Landscape Painting, Chinese Bird and Flower Paintings, Chinese Watercolor Painting, Watercolor, Oriental Brush Painting)

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