Japanese painting workshop: draw using traditional ink and paper
The workshop invites you to try creating a piece of drawing using the traditional techniques of Japanese painting.
You will find special paints and pigments that have been used in Japanese paintings for centuries, such as mineral-based rock ink and seashell powder known as gofun, together with gold in foil and paste. Your task is to prepare the gofun powder, mix the mineral pigments with a glue, and draw plum flowers on a piece of paper lined with gold leaves, just like the design of the famous Red and White Plum Blossoms!
Date: Thursday August 11, 2022
at MOA Museum of Art
Supervised by artists Nakamura Tsuyoshi and Nakamura Hiromi
Children aged 10 or older can participate. Fees: 1,500 yen for an adult / 1,000 yen for a young person aged 15 or younger (the museum admission is not included)
*Please note that Member’s discount privilege is not applicable to the fee. **All utensils are provided.
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