Alcohol Ink Art Facebook Group Has 200 Members!

This morning I welcomed the 200th member into AIA, the Alcohol Ink Art Facebook Group I began a little over 5 months ago. I’m continually amazed at the way artists around the world are experimenting with this versatile medium.

From jewelry by Maxine Pring, South Wales, UK.

To, batik creations on wax paper by Billie Crain

To, award winning art by Katherine Smith-Schad!

To swirls and circles by Karen Walker, AIA, Co-Admin.

Tommy McDonell is combining Acrylic Inks With Alcohol Inks

And  Monica Moody, is creating hand pulled lino block prints.

The 20/20 Monarch shown will be hanging in my home soon :)

There are many more amazing works by other AIA Members. Plus, several instructors in AIA with DVDs and offering alcohol ink workshops in a variety of styles.

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To be in on the latest happenings with alcohol inks, or if you’re interested in learning more about Alcohol Ink Art, (beginners welcome),  request an invite on Facebook to join this sharing, encouraging, supportive community!

To Request Membership, Go to Facebook and Click:

Alcohol Ink Art Facebook Group

Let’s Keep Dreaming :)

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7 thoughts on “Alcohol Ink Art Facebook Group Has 200 Members!

  1. Love this group! It has helped me take my Alcohol Ink work to new levels. I am so excited about working and learning this versatile, vibrant medium.
    Thanks June!
    Kath

  2. I am so proud of these wonderful artists and know they will be so thrilled to see their work included in your news. Congratulations everyone!!

  3. Ah…my heart is full, June. What a wonderful collaborative learning environment you and Karen created for all of us Alcohol Ink artists. I am just so inspired by everyone’s work.

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