The freedom Linda Welch has found in alcohol ink art has its genesis in the magnificent colors and joy that surrounds her in Door County. Joy is inspired by the multitude of hues found in the beautiful scenery surround her wherever she looks.
Alcohol inks are brightly colored, acid-free, dye based paints that create free flowing textures and design. They are fast drying and evaporate quickly, requiring a non-porous surface such as synthetic paper, ceramic tile, or a specially prepared canvas. This piece has been sealed with 3 coats of Lamar Varnish and UV archival protection.
Framed: 10" x 10"
Ceramic Tile: 6" x 6"
About the Artist
Linda Redmann Welch is an emerging artist in every sense of the word. After being a health care provider for 40 years, Welch now has the unique opportunity to explore worlds of creativity and wonder; Her artist journey with alcohol inks began several years ago when she saw the incredibly vibrant paintings that were created with the inks. The inks flow and mix with minimal intervention and a large amount of excitement; The spontaneity of the medium ensues that no two paintings could ever be reproduced.
Welch is a lifetime member of the Alcohol Ink Art Society, the Global Emerging Artist Platform, and the Alcohol Ink World Gallery.
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