Archive for October, 2011

Iris & Rock part 1 – Chinese Brush Painting by Virginia Lloyd-Davies

Friday, October 28th, 2011

chinese painting brush Chinese brush artist Virginia Lloyd-Davies and pianist Josh Harvey improvise together on their DVD “Joyful Brush” available for purchase from http://Facebook.com/VirginiaLloydDavies or http://joyfulbrush.com. Virginia paints with Chinese inks and silk dyes on rice paper mounted on board.

Duration : 0:7:25

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How to draw Lotus Flower sumi-e Chinese Painting #2

Friday, October 28th, 2011

chines painting supplies Chinese painting supplies are available at
http://www.BlueheronArts.com an online store (we ship world wide from Los Angeles, California).
Chinese people loved lotus flowers. Essentially the lotus flower represents peace, creativity and purity amid adverse surroundings. A perfect subject matter for sumi ink painting.

As symbol of Buddhism: lotus grows from the muds yet it doesn’t have the smell of mud. Buddha comes into this world and he is freed from all attachments.

Duration : 0:9:13

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