Bonnie Griffith: Alcohol Inks on Tiles
September 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Get ready to create! Use alcohol based inks to create impressionistic or abstract art on ceramic tiles and Yupo paper. The inks are brilliant in color and can blend in freeform patterns or be applied with a brush for more controlled designs. The tiles can be used as coasters or displayed as decorative masterpieces. This is a medium that is enjoyed by artists of all levels!
Bonnie Griffith is an artist who paints the western landscape in pastel and oil. She captures the essence of the land in bold, strong color in a representational fashion. She has worked as a full time artist for 15+ years and part time since college. Bonnie has studied with Lorenzo Chavez, Robert Moore, Clark Mitchell and others. Her work is represented by galleries in Idaho, Washington, Montana, and Oregon. She was recently awarded the Grand Champion, Peoples’ Choice and Artist’s Choice awards at the Eagle Plein Air Festival in Eagle, ID. Bonnie participates in numerous plein air events throughout the West. See more of Bonnie’s work here.
Tiles and inks will be provided. A nominal fee of $10 will be collected at the workshop to cover materials. Space is limited to 20, so arrive early to ensure being able to join the fun. It is suggested that those participating bring latex or vinyl gloves and wear old clothes or an apron.