Alcohol Ink – Appetizer tray or platter
Pick what item you want to decorate, and make a unique ceramic platter or appetizer tray!
Alcohol Ink painting is the latest rage on the art scene.
Alcohol Inks are free flowing and vibrant feel good colors. You do not need to be a professional artist to create something really pretty with alcohol ink and that makes it accessible to everybody.
The colors blend and create their own magic, and you can create a funky art piece that matches your personality. Get a group together and enjoy a fun Friday night getting creative at Crossmount.
Pictures of the items are below:
This fun class will be held on Friday April 28th from 7pm to 9pm in the Arts Barn at the Glen at Crossmount.
Cost is $40(plus tax) per participant which includes all materials. Please purchase a ticket for what piece you would like to decorate.
A cash bar will available with Crossmount Cider and Wine for purchase.
*Tickets are non refundable and must be pre purchased.
**Participants can apply ink a maximum of 2 times on each piece.
***Pieces are sprayed and sealed with varnish that has a strong odor, participants can either have their pieces sprayed on the night or take home instructions will be provided for sealing pieces at home. The Glen at Crossmount is not responsible for pieces once they leave the premises.
About the instructor:
Valerie Hoeflicher is a self-taught local artist born and raised on an acreage just outside of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on the infamous Valley Road. Her love of art began at an early age drawing and painting on whatever surface she could find, especially on the walls in her parents’ house. It wasn’t until she was in her early 20s that she began to approach art seriously as a way to relieve stress. Since then, she has studied and worked with various mediums with her main focus being acrylics and alcohol inks. She loves living in Saskatchewan as the amazing seasons we have here inspire her art every day. She feels very fortunate to be able to combine her two loves, art and teaching. She loves to inspire people and help them find their inner Picasso.