Welcome

Experience the joy and spontaneity of Alcohol Inks

Dear Friends,

As of March 31st, 2015, I am no longer accepting new registrations for the on-line alcohol ink courses.

I am, however, keeping a list of interested artists should I reopen registration sometime in the future or hold a special impromptu registration weekend. If you would like to be added to the list, please sign up at: http://eepurl.com/blD7Yf  This is a different list than the former newsletter.

In the meantime, I look forward to working with current students and am beginning to compile a list of in person alcohol ink teachers – see below.

Many thanks and happy painting!

Karen


Current students: Link to Access Classes: https://karenwalker.digitalchalk.com/dc/guest/login

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In-person Alcohol Ink Teachers

Chris Blevins
Washington State: Pasco-Kennewick-Richland area
www.chrisblevinswatercolors.com

Maribeth Jagger
Texas: McKinney, TX
cjagger405@earthlink.net
http://maribethjaggerartist.weebly.com/

Alene Sirott-Cope
Northern MA and southern NH Area.
AleneSirottCope.com

Sandy Sandy
New Jersey: Marlton, NJ
http://www.sandysandyfineart.com/workshops.html

Sue Swain
Oregon: Hillsboro

Stacie Raglione
New Jersey: Central NJ area especially in the Hillsborough – New Brunswick-Princeton area
ragsartscape@gmail.com

Sheryl Williams
Colorado: Delta, CO
sherylwilliamsart@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

13 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Karen, I am totally inspired by your work!!! As a recent college grad in fine art, this is a medium I want to experiment with. Watching your video this morning has brought an audible “awe” and great sense of wonder to try painting with alcohol ink today. Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!!

  2. Hello Karen – wow, I’m pretty much lost for words. I’ve just discovered yupo paper and painting with AI’s……….I’ve just watched your video tut on the French water fountain and was blown away. I’ve used AI for quite a while on acetate, glossy cardstock etc but mostly backgrounds. Now I realise how much more you can do with them. I’ve joined the AIA FB group and my yupo paper has just arrived so I hope this leads to me being able to achieve some of my own paintings. Thank you so much for the inspiration.

    • Thank you Karen! The world of Alcohol Ink Painting is wide open! Enjoy and I look forward to seeing you on the AIA FB group board! If you ever have questions, please feel free to email me! (karen@karenwalkerart.com)

  3. I have yust subscribed to your newsletter. I am impressed by your artwork. Have just heard about Yupo and alcohol inks, the latter I was already familiar with. As a cardmaker this is something I really want to try! Thanks!

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