Chinese Brush Paintings: The Creative Works of Sheila Hsu

The Free Brush Stroke style, or Hsieh Yee, is often more casual and versatile than the Fine Line Style. Because of this, paintings can appear contemporary, Western and even abstract.

Use of bright colors, dribbles, and free flowing strokes are common. There is a wider variety of subjects which can be traditional or modern.

Beside the traditional flowers, birds, fish and landscapes, modern subjects can include cityscapes, sailboats, dogs, cats, and more.

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