During this spring season students are invited to explore painting aquatic flora and
fauna. A variety of subject matters will be introduced to cater to students of different levels of experience with Chinese ink and colors. Students will learn painting water birds such as the kingfisher and egret. Aquatic plants such as the water lily and lotus will be introduced. Students will also be given the opportunity to paint the Chinese goldfish and koi. Beginning and returning students are welcome. Please bring a piece of felt to protect the table and your painting, a palette for watercolor, and a three-segment water container or three cups. (Painting supplies for new students: approximately $57 payable to the instructor at the
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.