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Newport Visual Arts Center

Passport to Art 2023: Alcohol Ink Painting

Alcohol Ink Painting with Jocelyn Stoody. This fluid art medium produces unique and amazing results with bright colors. Explore different ways to make the colors move and blend while creating small pieces of art.

Passport to Art 2023: Alcohol Ink Painting
Passport to Art 2023: Alcohol Ink Painting

Time & Location

Mar 18, 2023, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Newport Visual Arts Center, 777 NW Beach Dr, Newport, OR 97365, USA

About the event

This fluid art medium produces unique and amazing results with bright colors. Explore different ways to make the colors move and blend while creating small pieces of art.

This event is part of our Passport to Art hands-on introductory learning series. Journey to intriguing new creative destinations–exploring an array of artistic techniques while enjoying bites and beverages.

Tuesday, March 14 – 5pm-8pm Adults 21+ CLICK TO REGISTER

Saturday, March 18 – 1pm-4pm Adults and youth in grades 6+ (Note: Youth under 18 must be accompanied by an adult) CLICK TO REGISTER

No skill or experience necessary! Crafted for beginners, you’ll learn and explore new mediums and techniques in a friendly, hands-on environment. (But experienced artists are welcome, too!) And you’ll leave each class with a souvenir—a unique piece of art created by you.

Choose your own adventure! Attend just one class, a few, or join us for the whole series!

$35 per class. Materials and refreshments included. Scholarships are available. If funds are a barrier, please inquire.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS SERIES! Visit: www.coastarts.org/passport-to-art

GIVE A PASSPORT AS A GIFT: Click Here When you gift a passport, the receiver gets to “choose their own adventure”, selecting whichever technique they’d most like to explore.

Jocelyn Stoody has been a maker her whole life. After college, she attended a graphic design school, but she favored intricate beadwork while raising her two sons in Arizona. Then in the early 2000s, a new product came out — precious metal clay. Stoody took classes and was hooked. About 10 years into working with metal clay, life circumstances in Montana lead her to develop an interesting and unusual business. When Jocelyn and her husband moved to Newport, her son took over the business in Montana. Now, she has discovered the medium of alcohol inks and is enjoying it immensely.

Minimum students: 5 Maximum students: 12

Questions? Contact Sara Siggelkow, Arts Education Manager, at ssiggelkow@coastarts.org or 541-574-3364

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