This technique is by all accounts amazing! The inks have a mind of their own and most of the fun is watching what happens as various colours slide over each other, pulling and repelling as they make patterns. Not only can you create interesting drip patterns, marbling and dappling, you’ll also learn new ways to use and adapt what you create. You will work with a range of vibrant and translucent colours as well as metallic inks on a surface of the synthetic paper, called yupo.
With minimum instruction and access to some high quality inks and tools, you will be able to make a beautiful piece of art work that can be cherished for years to come.
You will walk out of this class knowing the basics of the colour combinations, flow techniques and ways to create the depth and balance within the composition.
What to expect from this workshop:
Live demo and guidance to create a piece of art you'll be proud to hang on your wall.
Workshops are a maximum of 8 participants to ensure you received focused teaching and instruction.
All materials provided along with coffee, tea, soft drinks and grazing platter.
A list of all materials and my preferred supplies so you can continue your creative journey at home.
How to correctly seal your work so you can enjoy the pieces for years to come.
1 x A3 artwork to take home together with 1 x A3 frame with matting in natural oak timber plus 1 x A4 artwork
BYO alcohol permitted
*Terms and conditions: This workshop is strictly for adults only. It is not recommended for people who are pregnant or have respiratory difficulties. Full refunds are not provided, however a partial refund is will be provided if 1 week notice is provided. All tickets are transferable to other workshops of equal value. In the event that workshop requires re-scheduling or cancelling, registered attendees will be notified by email and given option of a full refund or transfer to the rescheduled workshop. Minimum 4 persons are required to hold a class. Class is of a maximum 8 students.
Intro to Alcohol Inks Art class 4 June 2022 (3.5hrs)
Saturday, 4 June 2022