Other Surfaces For Alcohol Inks

I’ve used alcohol inks on Yupo and ceramic tile, but there are members in AIA who are getting  amazing results experimenting with different substrates. Here are just a few:

Stacy Stall Wills Using Clay Board

Billie Crain Using Copper Simple Leaf, 5″ x 7″

Kim Peto Using Aluminum, 16″ x 20″

Jeanne Caruth Rhea Using Deep Cradled Panel 30″ x 30″

Come meet these artists and many more by requesting membership in Alcohol Ink Art Facebook Group.

Come join 378 others in AIA and learn more about this fascinating medium:

Alcohol Ink Art

One thought on “Other Surfaces For Alcohol Inks

  1. Hi Peggy,

    Yes, I remember you! Thank you for writing.

    I am teaching one 3hr beginner alcohol ink workshop 9am-12pm on May 16th in Murphy, NC at Tri-County Community College. I think there are still a few more openings. Call Lisa to register at: 828-837-6810. Because of my work schedule, I have no other workshops planned until I teach watercolor at JCCFS on Feb. 16 2014.

    Yes, my Level 1 Alcohol Ink Dreamscaping DVD is what I cover in the beginner Alcohol Ink Dreamscaping Workshop. Level 2 DVD includes basic color theory and more advanced layering and sculpting techniques. Level 1 & 2 DVDs use Ranger Adirondack Alcohol Inks on Yupo.

    The 3rd DVD uses Piñata Alcohol Inks on ceramic tile.

    Here is the link to my website to see DVD clips and to purchase: Dreamscaping Shop

    There is also a free online intro at: http://www.dailypaintworks.com/ArtByteGalleryStore/june-rollins-2454

    Hope that helps. Thank you so much for your interest!


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