The Art of Painting with Alcohol Inks with Instructor Mary Wojciechowski
All Levels Welcome
Day: Saturday, September 16*, 2023 (*new date)
Cost: $115 members / $130 non-members
All materials included / Additional Materials $10 Fee to be collected by the instructor.
Session Two: Intermediate/Advanced
Alcohol inks, highly pigmented and quick drying, differ from other fluid mediums as they flow, intermingle and create distinctive textures, often with unexpected results. One of the benefits of painting with alcohol inks is the opportunity to begin with an abstract composition and then, as the alcohol evaporates and the ink pools, to see the possibility of adding realistic elements.
THE ART OF PAINTING WITH ALCOHOL INKS INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED is designed to build upon prior experience, to learn more advanced techniques in painting with this medium and to work in a larger format, if desired.
During the five-hour workshop students will continue to explore the unique qualities of alcohol ink and how it may be used for flowing abstracted works with the addition of representational elements. More advanced attention to design and color will be emphasized and opportunities to create florals or landscapes using brushwork will be included for those who wish. Class time will be divided between demonstrations of the unique possibilities in painting with this medium and time for personal exploration. As in the introductory class, experimentation with a sense of creative playfulness is encouraged. The workshop will end with a critique allowing participants to share their paintings and to discuss what they have discovered.
Materials student will need to provide: A paint shirt or apron
All materials included. Materials Fee (This is collected by the instructor): $10.00
Mary Wojciechowski, a retired visual arts teacher, received her BFA degree from the University of Connecticut. She is a signature member of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society, a juried artist in both the Cape Cod Art Center and the Wickford Art Association and is a member of the Attleboro Arts Museum. Mary’s work has consistently been accepted into juried exhibitions, local, regional and national and has received awards. She is currently represented by Gallery 31, Orleans, MA, True Grit Art Gallery, Middleborough, MA and Fuller Art Gallery, Jamestown, RI. For the past few years, Mary has been sharing her experience with working in Alcohol inks through teaching as a workshop instructor throughout southern New England.