26 Jan – The two students from School For the Deaf learnt how to use chinese ink and brush to create a simple Chinese New Year ink painting to celebrate the coming Rooster new year.

They were taught the materials used in Chinese Ink Painting, the wet on wet and dry brush technique as well as practising strokes and chinese characters to refine their skills.

After three lessons, they were able to create their own picture with the help of their own perseverance and patience. One student was absent and could not finish his piece but I do hope he will be able to continue it later on.

Here are pictures of their work in progress and final works!

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ArtStories is an artistic endeavour which creates meaningful art projects that uses stories, memories and narrated moments with Singaporean Artist, Jacquelyn Soo. Jacquelyn has worked with communities locally and internationally to conceptualise engaging community art programmes that address the needs of the community. She also creates and works with other artists in various Art & Craft workshops for people interested in learning about art and artistic practices. ArtStories welcomes individuals and communities from various walks of life including children, youths, adults, elderly as well as people with special needs or disabilities to work with the artist on custom tailored art commissions, art workshops and selected Art & Craft programmes. Jacquelyn is also a MOE – NAC registered Artist who conducts art training in private and public schools. ArtStories runs art workshops that can be conducted at different locations and can host large groups of participants.

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