Qin Bailan Art Exhibition
“Chinese Women and Children from History and Folklore”: Qin Bailan Art Exhibition
The University of Idaho Confucius Institute wants to thank everyone who attended the Qin Bailan Silk Scroll Paintings Exhibition at the UI Boise Water Center campus.
Qin Bailan is a world renowned painter who was named one of China's “Ten Major Art Masters” in 2005. She has served as a deputy to the National People's Congress and as China's representative to the United Nations' World Conference on Women. Over the past forty years, Qin has created thousands of paintings of women and children from Chinese history using traditional methods and tools.
An opening night reception was be hosted by the UI Confucius Institute and forty pieces of Qin's artwork will be on display to the people of Idaho. Through the week, Qin will present two special seminars on “The Brief Introduction to Chinese Classic Drawing and Painting” and also do 1-3 “on the spot” drawings or paintings during gallery hours.
Qin and her art exhibition was at the UI Boise Idaho Water Center from Feb. 15-19, 2016.
Two seminars were presented by Qin on "The Brief Introduction to Chinese Classic Drawing and Painting."
All of the Qin Bailan Art Exhibition events were free and open to the public.
Additional information on Qin and her artwork may be found at her personal website.
Parking for the event may be found at the Idaho Water Center and the Ada County Courthouse Parking Garages.
- First hour of parking is free
- $1 per hour for additional hours
- Parking is free after 4:30 p.m.
To learn more about this event or others offered by the University of Idaho Confucius Institute, please call our main office at 208-885-7110 or email us.
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