We are no stranger to squirrels, but did you know that there are over 250 species of squirrels in the world?
Easily recognizable in parks and woodlands with their large, bright eyes, slender bodies and bushy tails, tree squirrels - the most commonly recognizable type of squirrels - are often seen darting and leaping across grass and branches, looking for nuts, acorns, and berries.
Capture these cute, animated creatures as they hunt for food in Chinese watercolor.
Materials will be provided. The fee is non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by BCNC.
Class will be held on Saturdays, November 2, 9, 16, and 30.
Register for the series by Saturday, October 26.
About the Artist: Xiaoyong Liu emigrated to the United States in 2008. In 2009, he started teaching children and adults Chinese painting of landscapes, flowers, and birds. In recent years, his students have exhibited their art and participated and won awards in the National Teenagers Calligraphy Contests.
Directions: The Pao Arts Center is located in the One Greenway building, 99 Kneeland Street. For GPS driving directions, use 66 Hudson Street, Boston, MA 02111. From Hudson Street, walk up the stairs and across the deck to the 99 Albany Street entrance. The public parking garage entrance is on Hudson Street. The Pao Arts Center is accessible by the MBTA Green, Red, and Orange lines.
Contact: Vanessa Woo | 617-863-9080