Learn Traditional Chinese and Japanese Water Painting

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Important Information

Classes are very busy, so there is a possibility we may not be able to host the class at your requested time or date. Also, all classes are scheduled by reservation - meaning that cancelation on the day of the event will result in a fee.

The day the class will be held might change due to meetings or business trips by the lecturers.

Classes will can be hosted in either Japanese or English.

What you need to bring

Please bring a towel and tupperware (this will be used to wash the brushes). Bring Ink and brush, if you have them as well.

Meet your host :
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From age seven, I went to Shodo School and received the highest rank before learning from a professional Water Painting artist in high school – which I later then eceived the highest rank for as well. As a Japanese ambassador in British Columbia, Canada, I have represented Japan and have taught water painting in Vancouver as a cultural ambassador. I have also received numerous awards in Japan and abroad at Public Calligraphy Galleries.
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Review (1)

  • Nadya Nadya

    Satoshi is a great teacher! His technique in sumie (japanese brush for watercolor) is amazing. He's patient, helps you practice a lot and lead us to create a beautiful painting at the end of the class.