This activity has been cancelled.
Explore flowing vivid colors as you play with alcohol inks and create something beautiful. Students will be guided through demos and given lots of individual attention. Tips on how to work with the inks on a tile or non-porous surface to direct the design will be shared. An overview of the materials and how to prepare the surface will also be provided. Candace’s teaching style is engaging and educational. This workshop is open to all levels but is geared toward beginning and intermediate painters. Supply list will be emailed prior to class or you may download the list below. An additional $3 supply fee is payable to Candace French on the first day of class.
If health orders do not allow for in-person classes, Candace French will hold class virtually. If class is held virtually, students will be provided a full supply list to acquire on their own.
Alcohol Ink Supply List
Three or more inks one or the other brand. Choose your favorite colors.
Adirondack found at Michaels, Hobby Lobby or Joann’s. Note that it’s much easier to read the color on the labels of the alcohol inks found at Hobby Lobby even though the same brand can be found elsewhere.
Jacquard Pinata ? found at Guirys or Amazon.
Metallic Alcohol Ink would be good too.
Note: The Adirondack Brand comes in packs of three with color themes
Landscape, Beachy, Spring Break, etc.
Alcohol Ink Blending Solution
91% Isopropyl Alcohol. Can be found in the pharmacy section of Walgreens or any grocery store. Please pour some in a small bottle with a pointed tip.
Note pad and pen/pencil for taking notes
Smock or old clothes that can get messy. The ink does not come out of clothes.
$3.00 supply fee to instructor for ceramic tiles and shared supplies
Optional Items that may be provided by student:
Alcohol Ink Clean Up Solution
Alcohol Swabs in individual packs
Artist Pens or Sharpie/Copic Markers
Surfaces to be provided by Instructor
PACE Center at PACE Center