Alcohol Ink Art Demo Open to Public

Livingston Arts Association is offering a free and open to the public demonstration of Alcohol Ink and its many applications. They include paintings on canvas, drinking glasses, ceramic mugs and jewelry. Alcohol Ink is a fairly new medium which lends itself to creativity due to its fluidity. The demonstration is presented by Livingston’s own, Barbara Sax, an award-winning artist and teacher with over 40 years’ experience. Barbara has a BA and MA in education from Montclair State University and has worked in public schools in Roseland, Maplewood and Livingston. She has developed multi-media classes for seniors at Cranes Mill in West Caldwell. Barbara has also assisted the YMCA to develop and implement diversity projects and classes for the disabled and the Livingston Youth and Community Services (LYCS) to develop classes for youth. She presently serves on the ACL Gallery board and is the current President of the Arts Council of Livingston.

“Art is an outlet for emotion and a reaction to events in life and environment. It is fluid and always changing. Process is a priority in my work”, a quote from Barbara.

Join us at this fascinating presentation at the Livingston Senior/Community Center, 204 Hillside Avenue, on Sunday, November 6, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

Livingston Arts Association, Inc., is dedicated to giving class lessons, to giving members the opportunity to display works in shows, and to providing demonstrations and critiques from professional artists as well as providing scholarships to Livingston High School Seniors. Artists of all levels are welcome to participate in all events.

Livingston Arts Association Board of Directors