Thinking of a special way to celebrate this Mother's Day? How about spending an afternoon with your mum to create your own piece of painting?
In this intergenerational hands-on session, participants learn about Chinese ink painting techniques and get to co-create an art piece under the guidance of award-winning painter, Tan Seow Wei. A great opportunity to foster mother-child bonding and learn more about Chinese culture! The session will be conducted in English, no painting experience is required. Grandma-grandchild sign-ups are welcome too.
The session is kept small to ensure personal attention and detailed coaching.
Young child above 6 years of age and grown up child are all welcome.
Fee @ $80/pair is inclusive of material costs and a takeaway art piece.
Each additional child sign up with mum at $20/pax.
Individual sign up also welcome at $50/pax.
Tan Seow Wei is the current English Secretary of the Siaw-Tao Chinese Seal Carving, Calligraphy and Painting Society. Graduated from LASALLE College of the Arts with Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Painting in 2008, she delves in a variety of medium such as painting, drawing and installation. Ink painting, however, is one of her particular interest, having studied Chinese ink painting under Singapore's second generation artist, Tan Kee Sek, for more than10 years and also seal carving under Mr Oh Chai Hoo. She has won a number of awards including the Siaw-Tao Outstanding Art Award in 2014, Winston Oh Travelog Award in 2007, Georgette Chen Scholarship in 2006, Dr Tan Tsze Chor Art Award – Distinction in 2003.