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Japanese Brush Painting III

Haliburton School of Art + Design

Enrol in Japanese Brush Painting III

Course Code: ARTS0116

This course is not suitable for beginners. The completion of Levels I and II of Japanese Brush Painting is recommended. Elective subjects will be available for study if you have taken this course previously.
Emphasis in this course will be a continuation of Level II - exploring the use of rice paper and watercolour paper, with further emphasis on colour mixing and individual expression with regard to composition and unique design concepts. At this stage, you will be encouraged to apply the Japanese Brush Painting technique to the beautiful surrounding countryside. A review of the basics continues, with the added excitement of ten new lessons of interesting images and creative ideas, such as landscape, mountains, rushing waterfall and rugged rocks, lake scenes, birds and further insect and floral studies such as the big red poppy. Personal attention will be given to solving watercolour problems and compositional dilemmas. Challenging exercises and techniques to stimulate the creative process will continue to equip you with fresh inspiration.

Attend this course in person

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (9:00am - 4:30pm)

Section: 41

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