ICL: MARBLING WITH ALCOHOL INKS – One Session
MARBLING WITH ALCOHOL INKS – Class Limit 8 by Joyce Clair
One Session only, Tuesday, July 9, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Note: Class will be at the Art Annex in Room 103 on the campus at Young Harris College
Create magical marbled papers with colorful alcohol inks. No experience needed for this fun and playful class. The marbled papers will be used to complete three projects; a book mark, a card, and a trinket box. The instructor demonstrates simple origami steps to make a small box. All supplies and a class handout included. Materials supply fee is $15 to be paid at the class.
Joyce Clair has a passion for painting landscapes in transparent watercolors and sharing her passion with students. Her representational impressionist style is noted for bright, clear colors and dramatic light. Joyce has taken drawing and photography classes at the Corcoran School of Art and watercolor classes with Dr. Morris Green of the Maryland Institute of Art. Since retiring from her Nurse Practitioner career in 2014, Joyce now devotes most of her time to painting and teaching watercolor. She also paints with alcohol ink on a variety of surfaces and enjoys crocheting or weaving up-cycled fabric to create baskets. Her works may be seen at ArtWorks in Hiawassee, Murphy Art Center, Helen Arts & Heritage Center, and Blue Ridge Arts Center. Joyce grew up in Pennsylvania and lived in Maryland and Texas before moving to the Georgia Mountains. She lives with her husband Bob, cat “Millie”, and dog “Susie” near Young Harris, Georgia.