Philomena (YE RUN-HAO) is an Australian of Chinese descent. She paints in both the traditional Chinese Brush painting and Western watercolor styles. A combination of both styles produces a uniqueness that reconciles the calligraphic mark-making of Chinese art with the many techniques available to western watercolorists. Her unique style is characterized by a certain luminosity of tone and elegant, strong brushstrokes that impart a sense of freedom and energy.
Wed 1 Apr 2020 Time 10.30am-12pm
“Peach Blossoms in Spring” – Traditional Chinese Brush Style on Xuan Paper (rice paper) using Chinese brushes and natural mineral and vegetable pigments.
Wed 1 Apr 2020 Time 2pm – 3.30pm
Large Birds – “Herons, Egrets, Eagles” – water scenes in Traditional Chinese Brush Style on Xuan Paper using Chinese brushes and natural mineral and vegetable pigments.
Place: The Moores Building, Henry Street, Fremantle – where the exhibition is being held. Upstairs in Gallery 4.
Cost: Free Demonstration
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