Feb 25

Chinese Painting by Wendy Lin

chinese painting For collections, classes, seminars, or teaching videos (DVD) for beginners, please contact Wendy at ywart@hotmail.com. Wendy has been practicing Chinese painting (Bamboo, Orchid, Chrysanthamum, Plum blossom, flower and bird, fish and etc) for more than 40 years and won numerous teaching awards in the United States. Ms. Lin also teaches Chinese Painting at Richland College, Richardson, Texas and the Association of Tao Art in Irving.
She is currently the President of Dallas/Fort Worth Chinese Calligraphy & Painting Association for 2007-2008.

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  1. leisititine1 says:



  2. mcdonoughss108 says:

    Beautiful and …
    Beautiful and Masterful work Wendy!

  3. DFWcalligraphy says:

    Thank you.
    Thank you.

  4. red8hk says:

    Thanks your good …
    Thanks your good arts for sharing !

  5. bbornets says:

    I love the …
    I love the translation of the poem which conveys your enthusiasm for landscape. Thank you for this grand exhibition of your work. !!
    Red Dragonfly

  6. DFWcalligraphy says:

    Wendy’s painting is …
    Wendy’s painting is the Lingnan School tradition. Thank you.

  7. sprucelake7 says:

    Wendy’s wonderful …
    Wendy’s wonderful paintings look in two directions: deep into the past toward the roots of the great tradition of Chinese brush painting and as well toward the future with a message of love for all aspects of the natural environment, both grand and small, that we consider and take better care of our beautiful earth.
    Spruce in Labrador

  8. ChineseCalligraphy says:

    These Landscapes & …
    These Landscapes & the focus within them; the massive colour explosions in some are completely what I would expect to see in a Chinese Artpiece.
    Beautiful work. I have a long way to go but I am sure you enjoy it as much as I do. :o)
    I would very much enjoy a Time Lapse painting of yours.I would like to see the stages & procedure for creating Landscapes such as any one of the above.If you have a higher resolution promo video I would love to host it at my Forums.Best Wishes.

  9. DFWcalligraphy says:

    Thank you. We will …
    Thank you. We will have a few exhibitions soon and hopefully I can get more pictures or videos.

  10. sf108com says:

    Last time when we …
    Last time when we passed by Dallas and viewed Wendy’s paintings in Dallas Chinese Community Center, it was great and crowded. She is also very nice.

  11. shybuttcute says:

    WOW!! I am really …
    WOW!! I am really impressed by Ms. Lin´s paintings. They are so beautiful, and oozes the traditional old chinese paintings´ spirit. All those people taught by her are so lucky!! 5 stars ;)