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Alcohol Ink Creations: The Basics (incl mat'l) - North Port   

Alcohol Ink Creations: The Basics is a two-and-a-half hour instruction on the ins and outs of alcohol inks as a medium, methods of how to approach and create your own stunning abstract paintings, and the therapeutic aspects of working in fluid art.  Alcohol inks are a relatively new medium of fluid art and are used for ornamenting treated paper, acetate, glass, leather, plastic, and other nonporous surfaces. New artists and beginners are taking up inks to create masterpieces and having fun while doing it.  Join me as we learn the basic materials, tools, and concept of alcohol inks and bring home some finished projects.  You will be able to take what you've learned and confidently work on projects at home. 

 

Alcohol Ink Creations: The Basics (incl mat'l) - North Port
Item: AINP1002 Pamela Schmidt
Tu   2:00 PM - 4:30 PM STC North Port Rm Art Rm. 1-212
Sessions: 1 Location: 4445 Career Lane North Port, FL 34289
Tu 11/12/2019 - 11/12/2019       Fee: $39.00
ONE DAY CLASSES ARE NONREFUNDABLE
Join me as we learn the basic materials, tools, and concept of alcohol inks and bring home some finished projects. You will be able to take what you've learned and confidently work on projects at home.
 

Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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