I spent Sunday teaching two classes at The Ink Pad in NYC. Thanks to everyone who came out! Here’s a group shot from the morning class, which I called Melt Art Madness. We played with Ranger’s Melt Pot and Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel, using a variety of means to add color and texture to our pieces.
These were the class samples. Click on photo to enlarge. As you can see, there’s an awful lot you can do with UTEE!
Karen and Pam are frequent Ink Pad attendees… they made some stunning creations today.
Valerie knocked my socks off with her image transfers. I think these would be lovely pins or pendants.
Andrea has a whole lot of melt art happening here in various stages of melting and cooling.
Lisa doing a pour.
Violet took pouring to a whole new level with this stunning pendant.
Here’s a close-up. Wish you could see it in person – both sides are exquisite.
Maria worked magic with clear and black UTEE.
Check out this piece in particular… SCORE! I hope I get to see what she uses that on… it’s so unique and interesting.
Karen made a dimensional piece I wanted to steal… this would look incredible attached to any project. Again, click any photo to enlarge and see the details.
Stephanie created something that looked like it came straight from a tropical sea.
She had the drizzle down to a science. This is so delicate and yet kind of strong all at once.
And here’s the group shot from the second class, Demystifying Distress Stains and Dylusions Ink Sprays. I only took a few pictures in the afternoon, but suffice to say we had a fun-filled time creating then too.
This little booklet opened up to all of these pages/techniques:
Some of the people getting started – Maria, Margaret, Laura, Arlene and Ava.
This table was a particularly fun one – Laura, Margaret and Ana are all hard at work.