Today the House of Culture opened an art exhibit - at which, children were taught how to paint using watercolor by a master.
Lucky Chiang has been painting for over 30 years, and over time his artwork has evolved from traditional Chinese paintings to a mixture of styles - all which revolve around his fascination with nature.
Activities coordinator, Tanya Savery told us more about what is being portrayed and how the children became involved.
Tanya Savery, Activities Coordinator - NICH
"What we have happening here today is the opening of the lucky charm water color exhibit and we have about 39 pieces that are on display and also for sale."
"I thought it would be imperative to invite some of the school children to come as well to see a different form of art - water color is very different from oil acrylic paintings. It's a lot easier and quicker to do. He is showing some of the students what he will be displaying during his summer classes that he will have here at the Government House as well."
"I am just hoping that it just open your minds a little bit more so you can see things a little differently."
Ling Chiang, Wife of Painter
"He likes children, He likes to teach them and let them have some fun. His ten year wish is that he will have classes in the summer holidays. He normally travels around the world, when he sees a view he would stop and begin to paint. Every picture is his feelings - he remembers the moment in his paintings."
The exhibit will be open to the public on Monday June 18th, and will close July 6th.