Representing renewal, growth and expansion, in this lesson you will learn to paint the wisteria. This wild climber has clusters of flowers, ever changing in colours. You will practice your brushwork, learn to use shades of ink and colour to create flowers, leaves and branches, whilst hinting of the fragrance and the coming of springtime.
In this lesson you will learn three different ways of using ink and colour to make your very own paintings.
IN THIS LESSON, YOU WILL:
✥ Learn how to prepare your workspace
✥ Learn how to hold the brush and make your own ink
✥ Exercise the brush to make fluent lines
✥ Learn step-by-step how to paint wisteria in ink and colour
✥ Use Japanese watercolours
✥ Create your very own beautiful ink paintings
✥ Deepen your experience of the meditative nature of ink painting
THE LESSON ALSO INCLUDES:
✥ Tools and materials check-list
✥ Downloadable PDF worksheet to accompany each lesson
✥ 3 additional compositions for you to practice in your own time
Upon completion of your lesson you will achieve at least three new composition of wisteria, in ink and watercolour. And become confident using the Japanese brush, ink, colour and paper. You will further your understanding of this practice, and discover an open gate to further your own creative journey.
THIS LESSON IS FOR YOU IF:
✥ You want to learn the foundation of how to paint wisteria using traditional Japanese brushes, ink and paper.
✥ You may not have previous experience, but are excited to explore and learn a new way of painting.✥ You love the way of Japanese ink painting and wish to practice further, explore and develop your skills and abilities.
PreviewIntroduction on painting wisteria (1:18)
StartBrush practice - 'Drop like' stroke (3:44)
StartPainting wisteria flowers (7:14)
StartBrush practice - 'Thick - thick - thin' line (2:31)
StartPainting wisteria leaves (5:47)
StartCreate your own painting - Ink composition I (7:53)
StartPainting branches and tandrils (3:21)
StartCreate your own painting - Composition II - Ink & Colour (6:31)
StartSoul meditation - Expansive consciousness (0:40)
PreviewPromo - Composition III (0:35)
StartLarge branches (5:42)
StartCreate your own painting - Colour omposition III (11:03)
StartWisteria - Outro (0:58)
Start3 additional compositions for you to practice in your own time
StartKamakura zen temple wisteria
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
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
Usually I would prefer a direct teaching with Talia, but these days as we are Corona isolated, there is nothing like the simplicity of painting with Talia's instructions. To dive into the ink and colour, is the best anti-Corona medicine. Especially when painting purple-lilac Wisteria, with its healing properties, connecting me to a better World. Having sent my practice to Talia, her personal responses are ever so encouraging and inspiring. Highly recommended.
— Tamar S. Family Doctor & Herbalist