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Xinlin Fan Art Studios Exhibit October-December 2010

An exhibit featuring the art students at Xinlin Fan Art Studios of Orlando is on display at the Southwest Library October through December 2010. Children and adult students of Xinlin Fan are showing their works of oil and acrylic paintings depicting landscapes, portraits and still lifes; sketch/drawings and sculpture.
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Xinlin Fan was an Art and Crafts artist of the Research Institute of Guizhou Artists Association of China, member of the Chinese Artists Association and an associate professor in China from 1982 to 1993. He was a former senior artist at Walt Disney Animation. Today, Xinlin remains a visiting professor of two universities, Guizhou Normal University and Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute of China. In China, he became devoted to the education of students. His focus is to develop a student's artistic potential and help create a life-long interest in the arts. Xinlin has done many workshops in the United States and Canada. He has 30 years teaching experience. Many of his former students now teach at universities and are professional artists. Also, students of Xinlin have won awards in significant art shows and exhibitions.
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Xinlin teaches art classes for children and adults at the Xinlin Fan Art Studios in Orlando. His teaching methods have achieved astounding results with all ages, including those with learning disabilities. Classes are offered in quick sketch, sketch, color, still life, landscape, portrait, art creation and clay sculpture. For more information regarding the Xinlin Fan Art Studios, please call 407-370-2826 or email xinlinartstudio@yahoo.com.

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