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Arts and leisure - Visual arts

Japanese Gongbi | English spoken

Thursday from 18:30-21:00 h

Teacher
Yuka Kako

For whom
Everybody welcome (for advanced participants and for beginners). Minimum age: 17

Content
What is Japanese Gongbi? 
Gongbi Painting is a type of Asian painting that has beautiful gradation.
This technique uses highly detailed brushstrokes. It requires drawing with fine outlines and adding washes of ink and color layer by layer with gradation. By using this technique you’ll achieve the perfection of exquisiteness and fine art.

Topics:
- Oct 14: Fish
- Oct 21: Fish
- Oct 28: Japanese cherry blossom
- Nov 04Japanese cherry blossoms
- Nov 11: Japanese cherry blossoms
 

Teacher
Yuka Kakō:
-Education : Tsukuba University in grad school (Master course) in Japan
-Licence : registered teacher in International Sumi-E Association in Japan First-class registered architect in Japan
-Career : 2010 the incentive award in the international public exhibition of The International Sumi-e Association (display in The National Art Center, Tokyo) in Japan
2011 the display in the international public exhibition of ‘Encre et papierid; versite’s asiatiques’ (at Espace des Blancs-Manteaux de la Mairie du 4e arrondissement) in Paris
2011 the prize in the international public exhibition of Salon des Artistes Francais (display in Grand Palais national museum) in Paris
2015 the Semi-grand Prize in the international public exhibition of The International Sumi-e Association (display in The National Art Center, Tokyo) in Japan
2016 the Cyuugokubijutuhousya Prize in the international public exhibition of The International Sumi-e Association (display in The National Art Center, Tokyo) in Japan
2018 the Foreign Minister’s Award in the international public exhibition of The International Sumi-e Association (display in The National Art Center, Tokyo) in Japan
More about Yuka: https://sumiearts.com/

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