Description This is a funny picture.. Alcohol ink must be painted on a non-porous surface. I usually use Yupo paper, which is a sort of plastic paper. The good thing about Yupo paper is you can turn it over and paint something else. This is a back side that I didn't like, so I turned it over and painted something else. The spreading on the bottom is from the alcohol mixing with the ink--on the other side! When I scanned the other side, I discovered that I kind of liked this side better after all!
Debbie Edmondson, Houston Member Since April 2014 Artist Statement In my day job I do accounting, database management, and other office "stuff." But I was-after all- a music major in college many years ago! I don't do much singing now, so I needed a creative outlet- and I just recently discovered alcohol ink. It is fun and I can do it in bits and pieces. So I hope you enjoy my art as much as I do!
I now also sell my art in fabric, wallpaper, and wrapping paper on Spoonflower: http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/i_love_alcohol_ink Spoonflower has also developed a relationship with Roostery to make home décor items with my fabric: https://www.roostery.com/e?user=i_love_alcohol_ink
You can also buy some of my original paintings by contacting me directly at ILovealcoholink@yahoo.com