Chinese Brush Painting
There is more to Chinese painting than meets the eye. Of course, the picture itself can be easily read, but unless its inner and symbolic meanings are recognised the whole painting is only partially seen and partially enjoyed.
Underlying the apparent simplicity and harmony of composition, first of all there is a philosophy; one that sees a unifying pattern of life in all its natural forms. The artist must express both the spirit of vitality and renewal and the eternal harmony and order that runs through all in nature. Therefore the painter finds in every natural form, no matter how humble, a sense of greatness and purpose.
Dates & Times
From 11am until 4pm on the following dates:
Saturday 25th Jan 2014
Thursday 6th March 2014
Saturday 10th May 2014
Saturday 6th September 2014
Thursday 6th November 2014
For more information and to reserve your place please call Dawn Harris on: 07889 718242.
Materials are specialised and students will require a starter pack that is included in the price.
£45.00 per person includes starter pack and admission to Ragley Park and Gardens.
Please bring a packed lunch.