Date: May 20 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Venue: Cincinnati Art Museum
Host: Cincinnati Art Museum
Originating in China, the auspicious peony flower symbolizes grace, luck, and lasting spring. Workshop participants will learn how to paint thriving peonies using an ancient ink-and-wash technique with Dr. Yufeng Wang, professor and award-winning artist of Dayton, Ohio. Complete a peony art piece to take home!
Children must be at least 6 years old to participate. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an enrolled adult.
ArtWorld Classroom (located on te lower level of Cincinnati Art Museum)
General public: $12
About the Artist:
Yufeng Wang, PhD, is a professor and a Chinese brush painting artist. As a teenager, her love of traditional Chinese art was inspired by renowned artists Sun Qifeng and Fan Zeng in Tianjin, China. Dr Wang’s artwork aspires to create a sense of peace and harmony in nature and humanity. Her paintings have received many awards including the Dayton Painters and Sculptors Award and the Burnell Roberts Purchase Award. Dr Wang’s work is in the collection of numerous institutions including Sinclair College and Wright State University. She has taught brush painting at the Dayton Association of Artists, Dayton Metro Public Library, Dayton Miami Valley Schools, Wright State University, Sinclair College, the Dayton Business and Technology High School, Dayton Woman’s Club, and the 2022 Dayton Art in the City Event. Dr. Wang was the featured artist in the March 2023 Art Exhibition at the Springboro Performing Arts Center. Her artwork will be featured at the Centerville Library (Woodburn Branch) in April 2023.
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