Classic Chinese style painting demonstration
LHUCA, Firehouse Theatre
511 Ave K.
Chinese painting is seen as an extension of calligraphy and uses the same brushstrokes. The colors are restrained and subtle and the paintings are usually created in ink on paper, with a small amount of watercolor. They are not framed or glazed but mounted on silk. Join us for this fascinating demonstration!
Li Jiaduo, an artist from Beijing who is currently a visiting scholar in TTU’s School of Art, created a series of paintings inspired by his visits to the great American canyons of the Southwest. Visit the exhibition of his beautiful paintings at the International Culture Center.
This event is free to the public
Join us for coffee and donuts!
Brought to you by:
LHUCA and The CH Foundation
Office of International Affairs and Texas Tech University School of Art
West x East
Paintings by Li Jiaduo of American Canyonlands
International Cultural Center Galleries
On exhibit August 25-October 18, 2016
601 Indiana Avenue
Reception and artist’s talk: October 13 at ICC, 5:00-7:00 pm