Woodland Creek

"At this time, I was into papercrafting, creating greeting cards and scrapbook pages with a group of friends. While going through my craft supplies, I found some bottles of Alcohol Ink, which at that time were mainly used for making marbled backgrounds. I wondered what else could be done with them, and searched for different kinds of paper and other surfaces to experiment with. I found I could get amazing effects on glossy, impervious surfaces. I quickly learned that there were many ways of manipulating the inks, and a brush was the least efficient of these. I got much better effects with sprays, sponges, and various household items and techniques." Woodland Creek" is an impressionistic scene reminiscent of our many family vacations in the Smoky Mountains, camping and hiking, tubing and whitewater rafting, and picnicking by a rushing rapids in one of the many crystal clear creeks. I have so many happy memories 0f these beautiful places, it makes me happy now, just to paint them."

- Susan Stemple Kubes

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