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Alcohol Ink-Level 2: Creating Visual Texture (incl mat'l) (Prereq: The Basics) - North Port  

Now that you have started on your Fluid Art journey using alcohol inks by learning the basics, it’s time to move on to more advanced techniques. Fluid Art, which includes the use of alcohol inks, has become a worldwide phenomenon and can make an artist out of anyone. This enjoyable medium can be used on many surfaces to create not only artwork but home décor as well. In this class, you will expand upon what you have learned about alcohol inks and create masterful pieces by creating textures. Practice using different tools and techniques to take your art a little bit further. Although the processes you use can be repeated, the results will always be an original. Join me for the fun and expand your portfolio! (WARNING: Fluid Art is an addictive art form.)

 

Alcohol Ink-Level 2: Creating Visual Texture (incl mat'l) (Prereq: The Basics) - North Port
Item: AICNP2001 Pamela Schmidt
M   5:00 PM - 7:30 PM STC North Port Rm Art Rm. 1-212
Sessions: 1 Location: 4445 Career Lane North Port, FL 34289
M 11/16/2020 - 11/16/2020       Fee: $39.00
ONE DAY CLASSES ARE NONREFUNDABLE
Students must bring and wear a mask at all times.
Prerequisite: Alcohol Ink Creations: The Basics.
 

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

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