Fall 2010 Weekend Brush Painting Class
Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 12:00 PM - Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 1:30 PM (PDT)
Creative Brush Painting Weekend class: Saturday 12:00-1:30pm For beginner or intermediate level, currently offering to Adult only. For prospective students over 12 years old, please consult the center. Chinese watercolor and brush painting technique will be demonstrated and practiced every class. This class will include an introductory demonstration and hands-on sessions. Students may bring in their own painting supplies or purchase from teacher, Mrs. Madeleine Fu. Brush Painting Class schedule: October 2, 2010 –December 18, 2010, every Saturday, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. Break on Nov. 6 & Nov. 27. Tuition: $200 per person for CCC members and $225 for non-CCC members ALL CLASSES ARE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. All transactions are final, no refunds, no exceptions. For more information, please contact Fengyuan at email@example.com or call 415-986-1822.
About the instructor: Madeleine Fu (Chu Hsia), born 1922 in Beijing, China. Graduated from Hsin-Hua College of Art in Shanghai. She studied with several renowned masters. Among them, Te-Nien Fu was famous for his calligraphy and paintings of pines, bamboos and plum flowers. They are symbolic in Chinese culture for elegance, humility and fortitude. Madeleine was so treasured a student that Te-Nien Fu encouraged and was delighted at the marriage of Madeline to his son Paul Fu. The Fu family was steeped in scholarly and artistic pursuit and had several generations of well-known artists. Madeleine and Paul both developed into noted young artists in Shanghai. They studied with Master Dai-Chiang Chang, one of the most sought after painters in China, famous for his large-scale landscape brush paintings. Madeleine and Paul came to the US in 1962 and opened Fu’s Art Studio in Mill Valley, CA. They have had many exhibits and demonstrations in the last 20 years in the Bay Area, including the De Young Museum's Asian Art Center.
When & Where
The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco is a major community-based, non-profit organization established in 1965 to foster the understanding and appreciation of Chinese and Chinese American art, history, and culture in the United States.
In its 45 years of work, CCC has played a pioneering role in introducing Chinese culture to the American public through exhibitions and public programming of a broad spectrum of Chinese traditional and contemporary artistic works in multiple disciplines: Visual Arts, Literature, Music and Theater.
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