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Chinese Ink Brush Painting Intro | Silka Huang

Chinese Ink Brush Painting Intro | Silka Huang

This Chinese Ink Brush Painting workshop focuses on the foundations in traditional Chinese brush painting. You will begin with an introduction to the history, skills and materials of traditional Chinese Painting and you will be taught how to apply basic strokes to express the elements in nature.

At the end of the workshop you will feel relaxed and have completed an artwork. This is for anyone new to the art of Chinese Brush painting or for those who would like to continue their journey.

What will I learn?

Under Silka’s guidance and demonstrations, you will learn how to:
draw basic Chinese calligraphic strokes
use various line painting techniques
mix tones
understand the meaning of the strokes
evaluate the structure in your artwork

Who is this workshop suitable for?

This workshop is suitable for all skills levels.
Students who would like to explore the essentials of Chinese Brush Painting.
Ask our friendly team for advice if you are not sure if this workshop is for you.

What do I need to bring?

All artist quality materials provided.


What will be provided?

Tea, coffee and biscuits (bring your own cup)
a friendly, supportive and encouraging learning environment
connection to the Brisbane Painting Classes art community

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

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Course testimonials:

  • So much fun and Silka a wonder! Beautiful workstations set the tone for a relaxed and productive morning. Hope Silka comes back for colour and birds and flowers workshops.
  • Great stress free environment. Lovely staff. Silka is very nurturing and a great teacher. I will be definitely attending more classes. - Leanne.E, East Toowoomba
  • This was a wonderful class! Silka is an awesome teacher, and gave us all feedback at the appropriate level for each student. The class included several total beginners, others with different levels of drawing & painting skill, and a few like myself, with intermediate level watercolour experience. My personal goal was to learn some extra brush skills - and I am very happy with the outcome, learning skills that I can apply to watercolour painting as well as Chinese brush painting.