Art Class in Tokyo -- Suiboku-ga / Sumie / Japanese Traditional Black Ink Painting.
Come and Discover Sumie ! Experience Japanese Traditional Art ! You can capture the essence of Zen by making a Sumie painting. Attraction for tourists.
About the artist:
The facilitator has extensive knowledge in Japanese art. Apart from being a painter she is an art writer who graduated with a BA in Art Studies and History. She also studied in an Art College in London.
I have had participants from various areas of the world - USA, Canada, France, UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Brazil and more... Looking forward to welcoming you!
Tamayo Samejima Sumi-e class was featured on the magazine“Otoko no Kakurega,” 2017 September issue.
【Sumie Painting Class at Airbnb Experience】
【Sumie Painting Regular Class in Tokyo】
In this course, you will learn traditional painting techniques of Suiboku-ga / Sumie / Japanese Ink Painting in a step-by-step manner by an English speaking artist. One-time participation is welcome.
July 25, Wednesday 19:30-21:30
Venue: Link Crystal Culture Club
Kojimachi Morinaga Building 5F, 4-5-6, Kojimachi, Chiyodaku, Tokyo
1 min walk from Kojimachi Station (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line) Exit 2
The forth Saturday of every month
July 28, Saturday 10:00-12:00
August 25, Saturday 13:00-15:00
Septemver 22, Saturday 13:00-15:00
October 27, Saturday 13:00-15:00
November 24, Saturday 13:00-15:00
December 22, Saturday 13:00-15:00
Venue: TUGUMI Ueno Studio
Vasson Shinobazu Bldg. #202, Ikenohata 2-1-42 , Taitouku, Tokyo
5 mins walk from Nezu Station(Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line)
<Fee> 4,000yen / 2 hrs / 1 person
* On-site payment
* Please kindly understand that you are to be charged a cancellation fee in full if you cancel your reservation on the date.
What to Bring: *If you do not have any of the materials above,
please contact the facilitator in advance.
◆ Old newspapers, to cover a table before painting.
◆ 4 Dress pins
◆ Calligraphy set:
1 Ink stone
1 Ink stick
2 Japanese paint brushes (big and small)
1 Used towel to wipe brushes during painting
1 Water container for cleaning brushes during painting (Plastic cup or the like can be a substitute)
2 Small plates with white inner sides (Plastic plates or the like can be a substitute)