Alcohol Ink Art Community Contributors
MEET OUR 2020 ALCOHOL INK ART COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS!
Teresa K. Brown, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor
Teresa has loved to paint since she was ten years old. She has taken classes in all mediums as a source for finding find her own style and a way to express herself through her art.
Korinne Carpino, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor
Korinne Carpino is an artist who loves hearing that her work is proudly given as gifts, hung in prominent spots in home or offices, and helping its owners with a new appreciation for the ordinary aspects of life which would otherwise be taken for granted. “I paint intuitively, getting lost with my music and my art supplies. I work with just a few colors, and time passes without notice. The final composition is often a surprise.”
Kellie Chasse, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor`
Kellie Chasse is a Simply Living, Debt Free, Professional Artist and instructor from Maine, who loves to share her favorite painting techniques with students from all over the world, folks just like you who may be looking for a simple easy step by step way to create with Alcohol Inks or watercolor.
Linda Crocco, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor
Linda is a self-taught artist in Northern Massachusetts who has been working mostly with alcohol inks for the last three years. She also works with mixed media art and photography.. Seeing other people get excited about art is one of her favorite things.
Francine Dufour Jones, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor
My name is Francine Dufour Jones and I love pure bright color! I do many art forms but lately the ones that call to me in which I can express my love of color are alcohol inks.
Teri Jones, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor
A professional artist since 1998 Teri Jones has won numerous local and regional awards for her paintings. After spending the last 8 years on a sailboat in the Caribbean she has moved to the mountains of North Carolina to spend summers on land and open a small working studio/gallery in Brasstown, NC.
Beth Kluth – Alcohol Ink Artist/Explorer/Instructor
I am an alcohol ink artist/explorer/instructor, and totally in love with this amazing medium. The only thing I enjoy more than creating vibrant art is teaching others what I’ve learned through experimentation.
Sandy Sandy, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor
After painting mainly in watercolor for over 40 years, experimenting and playing with alcohol inks has brought more fun into my life, turbocharged the imagination and sparked my creative soul.
Serena Webber, Alcohol Ink Artist
Serena Webber is an alcohol ink and mixed media artist who enjoys using pastes, gels and metallics to enhance her work. Her experience as a nurse educator at a rehabilitation hospital helped her begin teaching art workshops. She enjoys teaching others about Alcohol Inks through in-person workshops, as well as through her Youtube channel.
Sheryl Williams, Alcohol Ink Artist and Instructor
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.
Vera Worthington has been an artist since a very young age, and is a classically trained artist who majored in Illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoyed a successful career as a graphic designer and an accessory designer in the fashion industry, but is now following her true passion of fine art painting. gh Alcohol Inks.
Karen Walker, Alcohol Ink Artist & Instructor
Karen Walker is a North Carolina artist focusing on Alcohol Ink paintings and Maritime Oil Paintings. As an ink painter, she is the author of 20 Projects for Alcohol Inks, available on Amazon and has taught alcohol ink painting since 2009.
My creations capture energy, movement, and flow, celebrate my natural curiosity, and create a sense of wonder. I love layering and blending colors and mixing mediums creating magical experiences with my art. I specialize in abstract art whether I am painting in alcohol inks, encaustic wax, acrylics, watercolors, mixed media, or digital mediums.
As an artist, Denise Balcanoff is always exploring different mediums and techniques. She enjoys the risk-taking and discovery part of the process. Art has been a part of her through every stage of her life – as a youth, parent, teacher, and now as a professional artist.
I am a woman of Faith, a wife & mother, an artist, a business owner, a manager, a change agent and an encourager. I have a passion for people and a passion for color. I have always been a doodler and have loved vivid colors.
Jane Monteith has been working as an artist for over 10+ years. Jane discovered alcohol ink several years ago. She works full-time creating colourful contemporary designs and sharing knowledge through her YouTube Channel.
My name is Denise Johnson and I live in the beautiful boonies of northern Wisconsin with my horses, dogs, cats and chickens…oops and husband. I have been doing art of one kind or another my whole life and have been a captive of alcohol inks for a number of years now. It is a medium like no other. It takes a minute to learn but a lifetime to master… if it can be mastered at all.
Barbara Nahmias is a self-taught artist, and art instructor living in Riverdale, New York. She defines herself as a “latent lifelong artist” who, until retirement from her position at a major media company, never had the time to nurture her creative expression.
Marilee Taussig, Alcohol Ink Artist
I am passionate about, painting, creativity, travel, dogs and alcohol ink (not necessarily in that order.) As a member of the AI community, I am passionate about sharing those passions with others through the lens of my AI work.
I’ve painted all my life and no matter how I make my living, can’t imagine ever NOT painting, drawing and creating.
Become a Contributor!
Are you an established alcohol ink artist and instructor that provides training and art lessons? Looking to further establish your name in the alcohol ink art world? Want to earn some extra cash for your knowledge? Want to help others discover the joy of working with alcohol ink? If you would like to be considered, for our contributor program, please contact us using our feedback form or send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.