9 Jun

Chinese Ink Painting

This is for ages 16 to adult and we can use paint instead of ink.
I briefly review and demonstrate some simple techniques with watercolour paint – showing dry and wet brush techniques and I make paint sketches.

Art with Aunty Jaime: Chinese Ink Painting

After this I demonstrate a landscape with mountains, ocean and a close up of a cherry blossom tree. I encourage you to make any changes you desire – be it to colour, brush strokes, or even the imagery you choose to paint.

This is the third activity in my series: Local Artists and Art from Around the world. It is inspired by art from China and Japan.

Below is the MAKE ALONG video along with the materials list.

Watercolour Paint or Inks
Cup of water
Paint Palette
Watercolour Paper or paper that can handle water
Pencil and Eraser
*Old Jersey or Plastic Apron to protect clothes
* Newspaper or plastic tablecloth to protect table


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