Archive for March, 2012

Mar 13

How to paint a Chinese Peony – Yang Oshi – One Thousand Days. Chinese Silk, Bird and Flower Painting

chinese painting Yang Oshi – One Thousand Days Of Study. Chinese Silk Painting & Bird and Flower Painting.
Yang O-hsi has been our inspiration ever since we first saw some of her works in 2008 in Guanghwa London Chinatown. And despite the fact that we only originally thought we would try Chinese Calligraphy it has grown into a fight to learn the Chinese Arts, History, Philosophy and the Masters Ancient Spiritualities.
Yang O-hsi is worth celebration. Her videos are rare in Europe, sadly. Probably the one we have here is about the only one in Europe. Hopefully we can change that.

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Mar 13

All kinds of Chinese Crafts ,handmade ,folk items

chinese crafts Chinese Crafts,it’s really amazing

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Mar 13

Chinese Calligraphy 中國書法 Scroll “Peace Love Joy (和平愛喜)”

chinese calligraphy Writing “Peace Love Joy” in cursive and semi-cursive Chinese Calligraphy for Katia from Russia during a Chinese music concert of Master Betty Zhang in McKinney Performing Arts Center in Texas. The writing was done on a pre-mounted blank scroll with printed dragons in light gold. Though the pre-mounted blank scroll can sometimes be wrinkled due to handling, the wrinkles can be removed with an iron. Like music performers trying to play correct notes, writing on a pre-mounted scroll can be risky since the Chinese ink cannot be changed. So I humbly asked the audience to understand and be as quiet as possible to avoid any distraction; otherwise, I lose the money and the scroll if a single stroke or any artistic detail has disappointed me.
First two characters ( 和平 ) mean peace; third ( 愛 ) love; last ( 喜 ) joy.
Picture: friends with the Mayor of City of McKinney, Texas.

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Mar 13

Early Chinese Art 5: Tomb of Emperor Qin

chinese art Ohlone College Art 103A
Professor Kenney Mencher
(Art History Stone Age Technology through the Early Renaissance)
www.kenney-mencher.com

A brief history of Emperor Qin and his tomb.

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