H. Momo Zhou Fine Art

Oil Painting

I think of my style and my work as a combination of realism and impressionism. I paint from life whenever possible and work diligently to capture its nuances. I am currently focusing on capturing figures and figures within expressive landscape settings.

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Art Commission

Work is priced on size and can be created from high resolution digital photos or photo negatives. Half of the price will be charged up front the rest on delivery.
Photography services are available upon request and are free with any commission deposit

Portrait or Figurative

Paintings consist of Individuals or Families, generally done in a studio setting or from photographs. Photos need to be high enough quality so that the subjects are lit well. Fee is based on the number of subjects and complexity of the setting

Pets Landscapes or Others

Are any paintings that have a general subject of landscape, a place or setting. Pets can be of any creature that you wish and are priced according to complexity

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About me

Mo actually sounds like the last character of my first name in my mother language. It means dream/dreaming. Always with my head in the clouds, I did my best to live up to my name.

No matter what I did or tried, I couldn't change or deny that I am a dreamer and believe in it, and thanks to my "trademark" I am living my dream. A dream of being an artist.

Sensitive, emotional, sentimental and whimsical may be some of my personality, But I rely on these feelings to inspire my art work. I like things that touch me quietly and simply. Little things, things we see everyday... falling leaves, waving trees, unnamed wild flowers, fog rolling over the hilltops, a small stream passing a grassy field, crows perched on top of a ruined wall under a gray sky... They speak to me in the most pure sound of beauty. I don't really need a cry-my-eyes-out or laugh-my-ass-off kind of moment to feel emotionally inspired. I seek a feeling that might woosh past in a second. But that second of emotion combines a complex faint taste of sweetness, bitterness, happiness, and sadness. That is the precious moment that I want to capture and share. It is a kind of natural beauty that I thirst for. Not glorious or fancy, just something simple, something pure.

I think of my style and my work as a combination of romanticism, realism and impressionism. I paint from life whenever possible and work diligently to capture its nuances. I am currently focusing on capturing figures and figures within expressive landscape settings.

Recent Awards

  • 2016 Award of Excellence - Oil Painters of America Salon Show at the Castle Gallery
  • 2016 Showing at the San Francisco Women in the Arts - Artist Choice awards
  • 2015 Finalist - Figure - International Artist Magazine Yearly Competition
  • 2013 4th place - Self Portrait - Portrait Society of America
  • 2013 Honorable Mention - Figure - Portrait Society of America
  • 2013 1st place - Figure - San Mateo County Art Competition
  • 2012 Artist of the year - Burlingame Artist Society
  • 2012 Finalist - Figure - Boldbrush Competition
  • 2012 1st Place - Figure - Burligame Art Society
  • 2012 Popular Choice - Figure - Burligame Art Society
  • 2012 Honorable Mention - Burlingame Art Society
  • 2011 1st place - Figure - Los Gatos Art Association

E-Mail

Zhaoming Wu

Website

Portrait and Figure

Oil Painting Workshop

6/11/20 - 6/15/20

10am to 5pm

Two days portrait
Three days clothed figure


Five day workshop
$985


Maximum of 15 participants

* includes model fee

Complimentary tea and coffee

Born and bred in Guangzhou, China, Zhaoming Wu graduated from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art in China, where he earned a BFA in painting and received his MFA in painting from Academy of Art University , San Francisco, California.

Long active as both an artist and a teacher, Zhaoming is a very successful painter and his works hang in museums and private collections around the world. He served as a assistant professor of painting at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art in China for seven years and is currently an instructor of painting at the Academy of Art University in U.S.

Drawing Supplies


Vine and willow charcoal sticks.
HB and 2B charcoal pencils
Drawing pad 18x24 (Blick, Utrecht or Strathmoor 70-80lb)
Drawing board
Kneaded eraser
(optional) Spray Fixative

Painting Supplies


Titanium white
Burnt umber
Cadmium Yellow
Cadmium Red
Alizarin Crimson
Ultramarine Blue

Medium - Linseed Oil in a jar
Various Flat Brushes
2 - Stretched Canvas 11" x 14" or 12" x 16"
paper towels and palette

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The Zin Lim workshop runs 11am to 5pm Monday August 28th through Friday September 1st. One hour break in the middle for lunch. And will be at

The H. Momo Zhou Fine Art Studio
1017 California Drive
Burlingame, CA 94010
(650)513-1758


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Cancellations

You may cancel your reservation for a full refund up to July 15th 2017.


Please call us at (650) 513-1758 to do so!

The H. Momo Zhou Fine Art Studio reserves the right to cancel the workshop up to one month before the event, if so a prompt refund will be provided. Any travel arrangements should be made with this in mind, as we can accept no responsibility for unrecoverable travel expenses.

Terms and Conditions

Easels will be provided

Models will be provided

Bring only the materials that are needed

No phone calls or texts inside the event

The H. Momo Zhou Fine Art Studio will not be responsible for lost or stolen items, and all personal items should be taken with you each night

Zhaoming Wu Workshop



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