Instructor: Cathy Taylor
What do you get when you combine Ranger Alcohol Inks with a paint brush and plastic paper? Absolutely gorgeous, brilliantly colorful, amazingly textured creations. No painting experience needed! This method is quick, easy and fun!
Please Note: This workshops requires a minimum of 6 participants.
- Pad of yupo or two full sheets of yupo paper
- Several small round paint brushes of different sizes
- Several packages of Adirondack Ink by ranger. (Instructor uses rustic lodge, Farmers market, summit view, and dockside picnic)
- Bottle of rubbing alcohol
- Paper towels
- Water container
- 5x7 or 8x10 plexiglass or glass
- Bottle plaid faux stained glass leading
About the instructor
Cathy Taylor is an award-winning mixed media artist and popular workshop instructor. Her water media artwork is a celebration of the patterns, textures and color found in the natural environment. Taylor is known for her ability to interpret a subject in a variety of styles. From her colorful detailed alphabetical designs including the Florida "Shell-A-Bet", to her whimsical collages and multi-dimensional abstracts, her work is represented in museums, nature centers and private collections throughout the U.S. and abroad. Some of her work is licensed for use on clothing, textiles and gift items.
Taylor’s work was represented by a licensing agent in New York City who secured rights for a fine art print of a collage which was distributed nationwide. Her collages were juried into the National Collage Society's annual exhibition in 2005, 2007 and 2011. Her articles, "Anthologies", "The Nature of Art" and "Creative Spirits" were featured in Cloth, Paper, Scissors art magazine. Cathy is a featured artist on http://www.artacademylive.com and has created two DVD's; Watercolor Collage and Mixed Media Collage. She is a member of the International Society of Experimental Artists (award-winner), National Watercolor Society, High Country Watermedia Society ( Past Pres.) and a SIGNATURE member of the National Collage Society (award winner). She lives with her husband Scott as well as Elle and Gracie—the magic "doodles" in Pass-a-Grille Beach, FL. and their mountain home in North Carolina.