Chinese Painting Orchid 国画胡姬花彩墨
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Chinese Brush Painting – Orchid Flower Painting 国画胡姬花. Orchid, specifically the Vanda Miss Joaquim orchid was selected as Singapore national flower exactly on 15 April 1981. Orchids were chosen because they have been associated and identified with Singapore for quite awhile. The meaning of Orchids is perfect to symbolize and reflect the quality and spirit of our country. The earliest meaning of orchid is love. In the original poems, Lan was compared to a gentleman, so later generations understood Lan as a symbol of a gentleman’s nobleness and virtue. The Demonstration is by Steven Fang Yucheng ..read more
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Singapore Chinese Painting Class for kids
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
At our art studio, we provide Chinese painting class for kids above 6 years old. Chinese painting is different from other types of paintings. For example, sketch oil painting can be modified at any time; Chinese painting takes shape and cannot be changed. So you can exercise your child’s ability to judge. Cultivate children’s thinking ability and psychological quality of “daring, careful, truth-seeking”. “师者,传道、授业、解惑也” “Teacher, preaching, teaching, solving puzzles”, in this Chinese old saying, the teacher’s words and deeds are the key to children’s Chinese painting learning. The tea ..read more
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Quick demo of tiger painting on small size paper, Chinese painting tiger 国画如何画虎
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Quick Chinese Painting Idea – Painting Tiger 国画老虎 The Demonstration is by Steven Fang Yucheng, who is the Chinese painting teacher at www.artist.com.sg. Steven’s personal website www.stevefang.com   Read More Chinese painting Rose – 国画玫瑰 Chinese Painting – Orchid 国画胡姬花演示 Chinese Painting Orchid 国画胡姬花彩墨 The post Quick demo of tiger painting on small size paper, Chinese painting tiger 国画如何画虎 appeared first on Artist Singapore ..read more
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The origin of Chinese Calligraphy
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Chinese Calligraphy is a unique type of art formed in the history of the evolution of Chinese national characters. The rise of Chinese calligraphy art began with the generation of Chinese characters. “Sound can’t be transmitted to other places, stay at different times, so it’s a matter of writing. Writers, so it is the trace of meaning and sound.” Therefore, the text was produced. The first works of calligraphy art are not characters, but some carved symbols-hieroglyphs or pictorial characters. The carved characters of Chinese characters first appeared on pottery. The initial portrayal symbol ..read more
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Achieving Excellence in Art: A Tribute to Achievor Art and Culture Centre’s Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Education
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Over the past seven years, Achievor Art and Culture Centre has established itself as a beacon of excellence in the realms of Chinese painting and calligraphy. Nestled in the heart of a vibrant community, the centre has not only honed the skills of aspiring artists but also nurtured a deep appreciation for traditional Chinese art forms. This article celebrates Achievor’s remarkable journey, highlighting heartfelt testimonials from students and extending an invitation to art enthusiasts everywhere to partake in this enriching experience. https://www.artist.com.sg/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Achie ..read more
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Why Chinese Painting is Good for your health?
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Chinese painting, often associated with traditional Chinese art and culture, has been believed to have various positive effects on health and well-being for centuries. While these effects may not have been extensively scientifically studied, there are several ways in which Chinese painting could contribute to improving health: Stress Reduction and Relaxation: Engaging in the process of Chinese painting, with its careful brushstrokes and meditative quality, can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. The focused and rhythmic movements required during painting can trigger a state of mindfuln ..read more
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Is Chinese painting an good choice for a corporate event?
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Why Chinese painting can be an excellent choice for a corporate event? here are some reasons: Cultural Appreciation: Chinese painting carries a rich cultural heritage and symbolism that can enhance the cultural experience at a corporate event. It provides an opportunity for attendees to appreciate and learn about Chinese art and its historical significance. Elegance and Sophistication: Chinese painting is known for its elegance and refined aesthetics. Incorporating Chinese painting elements or showcasing Chinese painting artworks can add a touch of sophistication and visual appeal to the corp ..read more
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5 Benefits you can get from learning Chinese Painting
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Chinese painting has a long and rich history dating back to ancient times. It is a unique form of art that involves using ink and watercolor to create beautiful images of landscapes, flowers, birds, and other objects. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in Chinese painting around the world, and for good reason. Not only is it a beautiful art form, but there are many benefits to learning and practicing it. Promotes Mindfulness and Relaxation One of the main benefits of Chinese painting is that it promotes mindfulness and relaxation. As you immerse yourself in the art form, you ..read more
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Chinese painting Rose – 国画玫瑰
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
Quick Chinese Painting Idea – Painting Rose 国画玫瑰 The Demonstration is by Steven Fang Yucheng, who is the Chinese painting teacher at www.artist.com.sg. Steven’s personal website www.stevefang.com More you might be interested: Chinese Painting – Orchid 国画胡姬花演示 Chinese Painting Material Set (For Zoom Class) Chinese Painting Orchid 国画胡姬花彩墨 The post Chinese painting Rose – 国画玫瑰 appeared first on Artist Singapore ..read more
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Chinese Painting – Orchid 国画胡姬花演示
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by Artist Singapore
1M ago
The name orchid is derived from the Greek word “orkhis”. This exotic flower was named by an ancient Greek botanist named Theophrastos who thought that the fleshy underground tubers resembled the male anatomy. One of the major orchid genera is Paphiopedilum. The name is derived from the word “Paphos” which is the name of the temple where the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was worshiped. The orchid has been held in high regard since ancient times. It symbolizes Love Beauty Fertility Refinement Thoughtfulness Charm The Demonstration is by Steven Fang Yucheng, who is the Chinese painting teac ..read more
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