This is a repeating eventnovember 9, 2018 11:00 am
In this 6-week workshop, participants will learn the basic aspects and techniques of sumi ink brush painting on rice paper. This workshop is available for anyone from introductory to advanced
In this 6-week workshop, participants will learn the basic aspects and techniques of sumi ink brush painting on rice paper. This workshop is available for anyone from introductory to advanced level for the UCSB community including students from any majors, faculty and staff members. While painting the basic subjects from traditional Chinese paintings such as bamboo, flowers, rocks, and fish, participants will learn the basic historical and cultural background of sumi ink brush painting. This 6-week workshop is free and all materials are included. The workshop runs for 3 hours per session. However, students do not have to attend all three hours if they are unable to do so.
To participate, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the instructor:
Yumiko Glover, MFA (UCSB 2017), was the UC Santa Barbara Artist-In-Residence in 2017-18. Born and raised in Hiroshima, Japan, Glover’s recent work represents the preciousness of those lives that existed during past, present and future wars. In August her work received second place in the Art Room Gallery international competition. She was named a Top 25 Fine Artist by Creative Quarterly, the Journal of Art & Design, for 2014 and 2015. Glover has exhibited her artwork in solo exhibitions at the Brian Ohno Gallery in Seattle, UC Santa Barbara, the Silo118 Gallery in Santa Barbara, as well as curated group exhibitions at the Honolulu Museum of Art and the AD&A Museum at UCSB. Glover’s most recent work, Transience, is currently exhibited at Los Angeles International Airport through March 2019.
(Friday) 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
UCSB Arts 2432