Paint a New England Barn scene with Alcohol Inks on Yupo
(No prior Painting experience required)
Alcohol Ink is an amazing art medium that is just now beginning to be noticed! In this course you will learn what Alcohol Inks are and how I use them step by step to create this beautiful New England Barn Scene on yupo paper.
This course will take you approximately 2 hours to complete.
This is an Beginner to Intermediate course for those of you that want to develop your skills with Alcohol Ink. I'll take you through the entire video of my steps and process to create this Barn Scene.
In this course will cover:
Plus 2 BONUS Sections
Displays options for tiles
How to professionally frame your paintings.
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Feel free to find my social media platforms in the profile section. I would love to see your final paintings posted there. You can use #kcfacourse to post your work on social media so we can all see you work!
Safety Note: When using paints and chemicals please adhere to any and all manufacturer safety guidelines with these products. If you have specific safety questions or concerns please contact the product's manufacturer.
Quick introduction to your Instructor Kellie Chasse, and of this beautiful New England Barn scene you will be able to create with Alcohol Inks on yupo paper.
There is a PDF that you may print out for all supplies. We will cover all the basic materials used in this course.
Alcohol Inks are a Dye and were meant for Crafts not fine art; they are NOT lightfast, therefore UV Rays and Direct sunlight may fade colors.
We will begin our wet in wet background adding colors and shaping in the first layer of trees.
In this section you will learn to create the Barn Shape, mix colors and add details to create a textured looking roof.
Create Straight lines and edges with a blender pen and learn to create your first layers of trees.
Adding a second layer of color to your trees with alcohol Ink.
Create a foreground by adding bushes along the front of your barn.
Learn to add depth and create layers of texture on your Barn Roof.
Create the windows of your Barn and learn how to have the appearance of glass. We will also add
the first layer of flowers to your shrubs.
In this step you will learn to make changes in your foreground or reactivate inks to change or soften an area.
Learn to create the appearance of a small field of flowers using a splatter technique.
Learn to create some texture in your Barn and clean up any random spots of Ink.
Sealing your Alcohol Inks painting is important for longer life of your art. I will go over how I seal my own art to protect them for many years of viewing.
How to give your paintings a professional framing look. You will learn my personal easy and simple way of framing my paintings under glass. (Example Shown is a watercolor, but Alcohol Ink are done the same way with a mat). I do recommend UV Glass.
Thank you for taking this course, it would mean the WORLD to me if you would consider leaving a 5 star review.
Links and other information
Kellie Chasse is a Simply Living, Debt Free, Professional Artist and instructor from Maine, who loves to share her favorite painting techniques with students from all over the world, folks just like you who may be looking for a simple easy step by step way to create with Alcohol Inks or watercolor. With her online courses you will learn some basic painting techniques while enjoying simple, REAL TIME, painting steps and some creative/play time.
Learn the quick ins and outs of painting a particular scene. Each painting class has it's own techniques and with each new painting course you take, the more you will learn.
Kellie was born on Earth Day April 22 and her work definitely reflects a free spirit, love and compassion for "Mother Earth". Her work can be found all over the world. She has been the featured Artist at the Portland International Jetport in Maine since 2014. You can find Kellie's website and social media links in her profile, as well as her YouTube channel for tips and mini techniques. Kellie also sells originals, prints and cards through many venues including wholesale in her etsy shop under the same name (Kellie Chasse Fine Art).
Kellie has been teaching since 2007 and specializes in helping folks learn by creating simple, easy, step by step, classes. She has spent many years perfecting her art and breaking down the steps for beginners and for those that are just looking for some Art Therapy or relaxation. Please join one of Kellie's Art courses today and let her guide you on your own creative journey!
Here are some recent reviews from ART STUDENTS:
★★★★★ "EASY TO FOLLOW"
I have been a Bob Ross certified instructor for 26 years and I have taught in various venues. Kelly is very clear in her instructions and she makes it easy to follow what she is doing. The class is simple enough for beginners and yet she gives the student plenty of room for creating a little on their own. The instruction on the supplies was also clear and easy to follow.
"I enjoyed doing this this painting. I am new to watercolor. Was able to follow, having to go back occasionally. Will probably do this painting several times just for the practice. I contacted the Kellie Chasse sight because of interest in alcohol oil painting. So will be an active student for awhile to come. Thank you for a great beginning!!"
★★★★★ "BIG HELP"
"Because everything was explained so simply, and Kellie's painting in real time was a very big help. I intend to take more of her courses in the future."