I love to teach. My classes are building blocks of techniques and tools that develop the necessary skills to express the art within you. And nothing thrills me more than my students finding their artistic voice through Alcohol Inks.Meet Sheryl Williams
In the fall of 2015 I went online to find out what encaustic painting was all about. While watching some Youtube videos I came across this beautiful, colorful, fluid magic called alcohol inks. What, pray tell, are those?! Within one week of discovering them I was signed up in Sheryl Williams’ Level 1 class. And the rest, as they say, is history… Or is it?Meet Hélène Rush
With drips of ink and spatters of alcohol and wonderful unfinished areas I try to stimulate the senses of the viewer and have them participate in the painting process. I’m always learning and looking for new ways to manipulate this unusual and spontaneous medium.Meet Sharen AK Harris
I am a self taught artist who has worked worked in watercolors, acrylics and oils over the years. I discovered alcohol inks in 2017 and studied this medium for their vibrant and playful way they moved. I was hooked with the first drop. The possibilities are endless and you do not need to be an artist to create beautiful pieces. Just an imagination and a willingness to explore.Meet Anastasia Kenner
A New Zealand Aussie mum of three adult children. Retired from Nursing last year (2017) and while searching for a creative outlet, l came across Linda Crocco on YouTube doing a demonstration of alcohol inks. l have done many short courses over the years from woodwork to vegetable carving but nothing has held my passion like the unpredictable vibrant alcohol inks.
Meet Peta Wakeham