No art experience required. Come join us in creating beautiful art, using basic techniques which anyone can learn on the spot.
All supplies and refreshments included!
Each participant will have an opportunity to create up to five pieces, (sizes ranging from 6×6″ to 9×12″) depending on the chosen substrate (tile, anti-reflective glass or acrylic, yupo or acetate paper).
A variety of specially priced frames (as low as $10!) for your projects available for purchase at each event. Quality mouldings selected directly from the Four Sticks collection Take it home ready to hang!
Alcohol Ink on Tile
Alcohol Ink on double-pane anti-reflective glass
Alcohol Ink on Yupo paper
Please check back for the next date. Space is limited to 12 guests so please purchase admittance in advance.
You may also purchase admittance in person at Four Sticks Picture Framing.
Please contact us about hosting your own private Alcohol Ink party, our location or yours.
About Your Host:
Lisa Martin Smallwood
Known as “Liasi”, Lisa is a native from Philadelphia Pennslyvania ; ” The City of Brotherly Love”
I was raised with the strong influence of Jazz, the Blues and singing. My father Dowell Smallwood was one of the badest drummer in Philadelphia, and my mother was a classy songstress who loved Opera.
At an early age, I could be found bobbing my head, and snapping my fingers as I watched my fathers weekend jam sessions. During these moments, I began developing my own self expression and compassion for Art.
During my educational years I attended the Philadelphia for Creative Arts High School, majoring in the Visual Arts Program. I furthered my education at the Philadelphia Community College Art Program.
Years later I attended The Progression School Of Fine art, in Delaware Co. in Pa. This school had a strong influence on me by combining music and art together. The collaboration of the two inspired me to continue my passion. ” I found my niche “, listening to BB King or Miles Davis as my paint brush dazzled my palate creating a work of art, ” My self Expression.”
Artwork by Liasi