I hope you had a fabulous holiday season and are enjoying the start of the New Year! For my friends in the northern part of the U.S., it’s a good time to be indoors and painting given the frigid temperatures outside.
In early December, I came across a YouTube video by Myriam’s Nature introducing Kielty Inks from Ireland. It certainly
Now, the company is based in Dublin, Ireland, so the shipping fee is hefty unless you order over, I think, $126.00 and there is a minimum order of $57.44 USD. For my friends in the UK, Ireland or elsewhere in Europe, this ink may be less expensive than shipping from the US. And, these inks are more expensive than inks produced in the US. Open to experimenting with inks, despite the cost, I had to have these.
So now to experiment and see how I can use these products in my artwork.
I am starting a project to make 3×3 cradled panel paintings and decided that instead of painting on
Using two coats of the porous surface converter seemed to allow the inks
I am so happy to share my learning with you that I made a short video demonstration. CLICK HERE to see the video and learn more!
As I experiment and learn more about all of the Kielty products, I will pass on learning to you!
As always, Happy Inking!