A Late Winter Scene of Hope – Chinese Brush Painting


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Start Date: 02/24/2020, 4 meetings
Class Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: LCE Large Conf Rm
Instructor: Son Mey Chiu
Status: Running/Openings


There is so much beauty in late winter even though we still have to brave its snow and ice. In this course, the instructor will guide the students to complete a late winter landscape focusing on the crane, a Chinese symbol of hope and good fortune. In these four lessons, students will also learn how to use Chinese brush methods to paint rocks, hills, and early blooming trees which form the setting of the painting. Returning students are welcome. Painting supplies for new students: approximately $57, payable to the instructor at the first class.

The Lexington Community Education Large Conference Room is located at 146 Maple Street, Access by 328 Lowell Street,

Son-Mey Chiu (ED.D. Harvard University; Chinese Master Emerita, Boston Latin School) is a professional Chinese painter. She has taught at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, the Decordova Museum, the Harvard Graduate School of Education and other New England institutions.