Art Gallery of Chinese Brush Painting,
Po Mo Painting, Videos,
Prints and Art Cards by

Virginia Lloyd-Davies

Virginia Lloyd-Davies

Virginia will be demonstrating
at 1 pm, Saturday, August 1 at the

Millennium Gate Museum
395 17th St NW
Atlanta GA 30363

as part of the opening weekend of an exhibit
of her teacher, I-Hsiung Ju's paintings,
running through October 18, 2015

Buy the Joyful Brush® Video

Autumn Waterfall

from the Joyful Brush ‘How-to’ series

Autumn Waterfall Chinese Brush Painting Fairfield, VA

Watch the trailer

Follow along step by step
as I demonstrate and explain

the development of a waterfall landscape

100 minutes

$ 35.00 - DVD format

$ 25.00 - Download

Click here for more information

More videos here

Chinese brush painting, or sumi-e painting, as it is called in Japan, is based on the calligraphy strokes of Chinese and Japanese writing. Created with a round, animal-hair brush and ink, each stroke follows a strict tradition which lays down the correct angle of the brush, the intensity of the ink, and the speed of the movement. Added to this technical skill is the chi (meaning spirit or life force) of the brush artist, which brings the painting to life. As in all things, balance brings harmony.

My paintings are now
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Purchase Virginia's work at:

Virginia Accents - paintings, prints, cards & DVDs
29 E. Beverley St., Staunton, VA
Open 11 am - 5:30 pm, Monday through Saturday
540 887-8140

Books & Co - cards & DVDs
W. Nelson St., Lexington, VA
Open 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
, Monday through Saturday
540 463-4647

Alleghany Highlands Arts & Crafts Center - 439 E. Ridgeway St., PO Box 273, Clifton Forge, VA 24422 (540) 862-4447

At Virginia's studio by appointment: 366 Mackeys Lane, Fairfield, VA 24435 (540) 261-1919

Recent Exhibitions:

Chinese Brush Painting exhibition at the Center for Peace Studies & Violence Prevention, 205 Norris Hall, VA Tech in Blacksburg, VA, December 15, 2011 - June 15, 2012

The Center for Peace Studies & Violence Prevention is on the site of the shootings that took place in 2007. One of the goals of the gallery is to transmute these tragic energies with the beauty of art. I am honored to have been invited to contribute my creativity in this beautiful, peaceful space.

The show featured a selection of landscape and flower paintings, several never on display before. More info at:

Virginia also teaches classes at her studio.
You can reach Virginia by or at 540 261-1919

366 Mackeys Lane
Fairfield, VA 24435

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