Our Chinese painting classes are held on a one to one basis. Each class typically begins with a demonstration of a particular technique of a traditional subject matter (such as swallows, bamboo, wild orchids, plum blossoms, pandas, horses, peonies, etc.). Our Chinese painting students will then produce at least one developed painting of that subject by the end of the class.
During your first class, our teacher will provide an introduction covering everything you will need to get started with Chinese painting. This will include an explanation of the different materials, a demonstration of how you should hold the different brush, and how to produce different basic strokes.
As the Chinese painting classes are arranged on a one to one basis, you will be able to arrange a bespoke timetable and your starting date by booking mutually convenient time slots directly with us.
To ensure the safety of our students and staff we have implemented the government's Covid-19 policies and advice (link).
All classes will be available live online during a lockdown.
For new bookings made during a lockdown, you will automatically receive an extension of 90 days to complete your package.