ArtBrush Library

Selection of writings, essays and contemplations to guide you with your Japanese Ink painting studies

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Welcome to ArtBrush Library, a hub for learning about the history of Japanese ink painting, created to assist in expanding your knowledge and appreciation of this traditional process.

The library is a growing source of writings and essays, covering a vast range of subjects including tools, materials, ink masters, viewing paintings and exploring ink painting within Japanese art history.

ArtBrush Library will continue to grow with new material, so be sure to visit often to harness this tool within your ink painting journey. All of the material on the library is downloadable, allowing you to print and create your own reference book at home.

''Study as if you never could get enough of it, as if you were afraid something might just get away from you'' - Confucius



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Talia is an artist, a practitioner and a teacher of traditional Japanese ink painting. Following years of teaching, her love and passion for this artistic medium has now prompted her to create ArtBrush - online school for the studies of Japanese ink painting. The school is designed for students of all levels, from around the world, who are excited to learn, explore and discover the joy of ink painting and its many facets.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the library ?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling and as long as ArtBrush is live online, you have unlimited access to the library for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
When does the membership start and finish ?
The membership starts now and never ends! ArtBrush library is open for you to use whenever you want.
Will I be able to access all materials in the library ?
Yes! The library is growing every month, and your membership allows you full access to all materials.
What if I wish to cancel?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 7 days and we will give you a full refund.
What software do I need to access the course?
Please simply ensure that you have updated your internet browser to the latest version. If you run into any technical issues, we advise to clear your cache, cookies and browsing history. For any further technical enquiries please contact: [email protected]
How do I enrol on a course?
To enrol on one of the ArtBrush courses, simply scroll to the bottom of this page, and complete your purchase using your desired payment plan. Ensure you use the correct email address, and your purchase details will be sent to you.

Very detailed and informative course ! I have always been an admirer of Asian traditional painting and this course provided me of an insider's look of this magic world. With the help of Talia and the ARTBRUSH online courses, I have managed to learn, exercise and master special brushwork techniques otherwise unaccesible to me. I also got an overall understanding of the aesthetics around this beautiful world of ink painting.

I totally recommend this!

Olympia T. Artist & Writer

As a beginner in Japanese Ink Painting, Talia's approach to teaching made me feel completely comfortable. I have learnt so much about the history, processes and application of Ink Painting and cannot wait to continue pursuing my newfound skill set even further. I would recommend ArtBrush to everyone, no matter of capability, it's a truly unique school which allows for dedicated and encouraging learning.

Holly G. Artist

Talia’s ArtBrush online school guides its students onto a soulful journey into the realms of traditional Japanese ink painting. It is a unique combination between the disciplined perfection of the inner discourse of the hand, brush and ink, with an opportunity for new horizons as well as deep and spontaneous individual insights.

Tsipi W. Art Historian

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