Do you have the basics of Alcohol Ink down and are looking to get to the next level? Pam Emery, a retired teacher hailing from Chattanooga and an award-winning artist, has found her true calling in both alcohol ink and acrylic pours.
Emery will bring her infectious love of alcohol ink to the classroom at the Dogwood Exchange, located at 92 E. First Street in Crossville on November 9th from 1 – 4pm. She will help students apply easy techniques that will allow for playful discovery and accidental masterpieces. Students will learn about working with stencils, creating ink-scapes such as mountain landscapes or sea scapes and how using wax paper and plastic wrap will help create texture on paintings.
Class cost is $30 with a $10 material fee paid to the instructor. Class size is limited to 10 students.
Pre-registration is required.
-This class must meet a minimum attendees. If the minimum is not met, the class may be cancelled and you will receive a full refund.
-You can cancel up to 7 days prior to the class and receive a full refund.
-No refunds will be issued less than 7 days prior unless we can fill your spot.