With the guidance of Mr. Ulysses Yu, the students learned step-by-step painting techniques and tips to hone and improve their painting skills. Their creativity, coupled with enthusiasm in learning Chinese ink painting and its techniques, could be seen on their final outputs.
Colorful subjects like vines, sparrow, mandarin ducks, peony, horse, and tiger were illustrated on items like hand fans, scroll, boards, lanterns, etc. With their own individual artistic expressions, nature has come alive.
For 12 Saturdays from 2:15pm to 5:15pm, with a little break from painting session through some dice games during Mid-Autumn celebration on October 6, 2019, young and adult students alike devoted their time and effort in creating wonderful art. For the students, the hours they spent in the library was not only spent in learning, but also gave them time to find a new set of friends. They were sincerely glad to have been part of such a beautiful class where they could learn together despite the age difference.