“Many critics consider landscape to be the highest form of Chinese painting. The traditional Chinese artists painted pictures of towering mountains, using strong black lines, ink wash, and sharp, dotted brushstrokes to suggest rough stone; or painted the rolling hills and rivers of their native countryside in peaceful scenes done with softer, rubbed brushwork.
Come and join CCC’s Chinese painting class. You don’t have necessarily learnt Chinese painting before, just have to be enthusiastic and be willing to hold a brush. The supplies or the Four Treasures of the Study – the ink brush, ink, paper(made of rice & bamboo), and ink stone – are provided by us. ”