Seven seasons think that drawing is the magic to follow one's will, is the game written by oneself, is the free expression of joys and sorrows, is the fantasy and thoughts. Drawing itself can not only to cultivate students' aesthetic taste, but also enhance their sense of innovation and experiment.
Instead of simply teaching how to paint, Seven seasons art teaches children to “change” their thinking patterns and encourages them to “innovate”. At the seven seasons art, one of the most common words mentioned is “change”. We do not encourage simply copy, we do not do template drawing, we ask children to be dared to think, dare to do, dare to try.
We integrate the theory and skills of painting into the teaching, with emphasis on encouraging children to use their imagination and creativity to create their own pictures. This is the reason that even with the same lesson, each child’s painting is different, each child’s painting has its own story, everyone can be “themselves“！
Founder: Yanni Li
At the age of 7, Yanni studied in a famous art primary school. At the age of 13, She was admitted to Dalian No. 15 Secondary school, which is a famous Chinese Art school. At the age of 18, she was admitted to Lu Xun academy of fine arts, one of China’s best 9 Fine arts schools.
With years of art learning experience, Yanni has developed a very deep and solid professional foundation, and is good at drawing, watercolor, oil painting, acrylic painting and other painting species.
During her postgraduate study, Yanni transferred to the field of design, including landscape, architecture, interior, clothing and animation design.
Judge of the first Australia-China Cultural Exchange Watercolor Exhibitions Preliminary Competition in October 2019
In January 2017, the Seven Seasons Art was founded.
From 2007 to 2016, I worked as a lecturer in many famous art training institutions in China and Australia
From 2007 to 2010, I participated in the design of Zhao Shangzhi memorial hall, Yang Kaihui memorial hall, Jiangnan Women’s school, and the memorial of the Sino-Japanese war
2011-2014 Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Melbourne, Australia
2007-2010 Master of exhibition design for museum, Lu Xun Academy of Fine arts, China
2003-2007 Bachelor of Environmental Arts, Lu Xun academy of fine arts, China
Teacher: Michelle Bi
Loves drawing and fashion design since she was young and she has a particular interest in the history of Art. Although she studied commerce in her earlier years and received a masters degree in commerce from La Trobe University, her passion for art has never waiver. She practises a variety of techniques includes watercolor and acrylic painting, while specialises in Zentangle and colour pencils. She has received an Award of Excellence in the 2019 Australian watercolor painting competition.For further enhancement and pursuit of her passion, Michelle is currently studying Visual Art in RMIT University.