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Han Dai-Yu shares his own experiences, as a student and as a teacher, illuminated with old Chinese tales and lessons, in this basic drawing book. He introduces the Chinese Zen Seeing and the Chi Composition Method into traditional drawing education, along with tips and trades for drawing materials and techniques. This approach to drawing allows the beginner to learn more efficiently and advantageously, and the sophisticated drawer to learn how to draw as a meditation and compose...
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Overview

Han Dai-Yu shares his own experiences, as a student and as a teacher, illuminated with old Chinese tales and lessons, in this basic drawing book. He introduces the Chinese Zen Seeing and the Chi Composition Method into traditional drawing education, along with tips and trades for drawing materials and techniques. This approach to drawing allows the beginner to learn more efficiently and advantageously, and the sophisticated drawer to learn how to draw as a meditation and compose the drawing self and the environment.

Han Dai-Yu received his B.F.A. and M.F.A. from the China National Academy of Art. From 2001-02, Dai-Yu prevailed as an Artiste dans la Résidence et La Cité Internationale des Arts Paris and then spent 2002-06 in the U.S.A as a visiting scholar and artist. He was the founder of a Chinese Comprehensive Art program and taught drawing and painting classes for over ten years. His volumes on drawing and painting are published by the China National Academy Press and Taipei International Cultural Publishing House. His solo exhibitions have been housed in many international locations, including the Shanghai Art Museum and Museum of Chinese Painting Institute in Shanghai, La Cité Internationale des Arts Paris, and the LA Contemporary Art Gallery in Los Angeles. Most recently invitations for his work have come from the New York Contemporary Art Fair and SCOPE Miami.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934269848
  • Publisher: University Readers
  • Publication date: 7/30/2009
  • Pages: 134
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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