Student’s table Demos Master sumi-e painter Angie Dixon demonstrates the bamboo joint, bone, and leaf brush strokes. Dixon says a great sumi-e painting combines a variety of wet and dry, light and dark, thick and thin brush strokes. She says you can’t fix a brush stroke, but you can enhance it. Demo by Angie Dixon Beginning Sumi-e Student Work [gallery ids=”13492,13491,13490,13489,13488,13487,13486,13485,13484,13483,13482,13481,13480″ onclick=”link_no Today’s Beginning Sumi-e workshop with Angie Dixon sold out. She will be teaching another workshop here soon. If you are interested in studying ink and don’t want to miss the next workshop, send us a note. We’ll send you a special invitation as soon as it’s posted.