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Sumi Calligraphy and Painting Workshop with Yuming Zhu

Sumi Calligraphy and Painting Workshop with Yuming Zhu Sunday, February 19th, 2017, Central Art Supply, Medford, Oregon

Sumi Calligraphy and Painting Workshop with Yuming Zhu Sunday, February 19th, 2017, 9:30am– 3:30pm Central Art Classroom Fee $85.00 “A Hint of Spring of Oregon” One-day Sumi Painting Workshop Welcome the coming of Spring!

This workshop will concentrate energetic strokes and create paintings of early greens in Sumi style. We will use sumi ink to paint on Sprinkle Gold paper, to interpret flowers in Sumi style. The fusion of western and Eastern techniques is encouraged. Photos of local blooming and live flowers, branches are welcome. Please for repeating students, bring your sketch screen books and we will transfer sketch to paintings.

This workshop welcomes beginning and professional artists. We will work a lot on individual base. Painters new to sumi-e, and those experienced in East Asian watercolor painting will be introduced and encouraged to look at the “World” in a different artistic perspective. There will be demos, exercises, and one-on-one

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FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING 
AN EXHIBITION AT THE ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER

www.roguegallery.org 40 South Bartlett Street Medford Oregon 97501 541-772-8118

Since ancient times, humans have created artwork depicting the human figure. The oldest known work of art is a female figure, estimated to have been carved from stone over 25,000 years ago. Artists today are still inspired by the human form, and artwork by nine local artists will be on display in the Main Gallery at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center from January 18th – March 1st.

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AN EXHIBITION AT THE ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER