This ancient Japanese technique is ideal for teaching art to the beginner because the student is quickly able create successful pictures with four basic brushstrokes. Mastery of Sumi-e leads to new levels of creativity.
About Yolanda Mayhall
Yolanda Mayhall (1926-2011) was born in New York City and went on to serve as a cartographer during World War II. After the war, she spent years studying the Japanese brush painting style known as “sumi-e” with renowned masters Takeuchi and… More about Yolanda Mayhall