Alcohol Ink: Florals and Landscapes

CLASS ID: 12Y230
Date/Time: Tuesday, December 18, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Date/Time: Tuesday, January 8, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Date/Time: Friday, February 1, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Sylvia Benson
Give alcohol ink a try! Paint beautiful florals and landscapes in this exciting medium. Whether you have experience with alcohol ink or are brand new, this class is for you! Instructor will apply varnish 24 hours after class and you will be able to pick up tile within one week at WBCA.

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Alcohol Ink Painting for Beginners

Date/Time: Thursday, February 21, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Debra Dresler
Join the fun and bring family and friends for an exciting painting event. This art ink medium can be used to create glowing paintings, gorgeous ceramic tiles, and more. Unpredictable, wildly colorful, vibrant inks are used on non-porous surfaces including metal, plastic, glass, Yupo paper, and tile. The possibilities are endless! The colors are fluid dye mixed with rubbing alcohol that can be used full strength for intense bursts of color or diluted for a subtle look similar to watercolor washes. The colors are intermixable and can be brush painted, dripped, splattered, stamped and air blown. This fun class will introduce you to the medium by crafting 2 ceramic tiles. Framing and finished options will be discussed. No painting experience required. $15 material fee paid to instructor for use of all her art supplies, 50 colors of ink, tiles and other equipment. Everything you need. Bring an apron or wear old clothes.

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Alcohol Ink Continued

Date/Time: Friday, January 18, 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Debra Dresler
After you get acquainted with this medium in the beginner class, lets explore more techniques and substrates with this fun ink medium. We’ll try painting alcohol ink on yupo paper, metal sheet and use stencils, masking fluid, markers and brushes. Please bring your own supplies including inks, alcohol 91%, felt with stamper, gloves, brushes, markers, masking fluid, blending solution canned air, and surfaces (glass, metal or mirrors). Minimal materials provided.

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