Alcohol Ink Workshop

2023 One Day Workshops

Intro to Alcohol Ink w/ Monica Foulston

This class will introduce you to techniques and mediums used to create intuitive alcohol ink art paintings. No experience is necessary except a desire to learn and have fun. Students create and average of 2-3 painting.

Supplies fee of $20 (that includes Posca Pencil) due to the instructor at the start of the workshop. 

Sunday: Oct 15 · 1:00–4:00pm

Fee: $55 / RAA Member $45


Abstract Painting w/ Teri Adams

This workshop will help you go beyond just reporting what you see. Whether you slightly abstract your images, or fully abstract them, your paintings will become more creative and expressive—and make them identifiable as your own. We will start with realistic images and then explore several ways to begin abstracting your images with color and design. This class is for those who want to take their art along another path to developing their own style. Supply list provided at registration. 

Saturday: Oct 21 · 1:00–4:00pm

Fee: $55 / RAA Member $45


Mosaic Workshop w/ Ada Jarvis

Make mosaic art out of broken china and more. Choose a between a Cat or Bird stepping stone to make when you sign up. All supplies are provided. 

Supplies fee of $15 due to the instructor at the start of the workshop.

Sunday: Oct 22 · 1:00–5:00pm

Fee: $75 / RAA Member $60


Leather and Beaded Jewelry w/ Terrie Burian

Learn how to make Boho Bracelets with hand stamped leather, beads and natural stones in multi strands. If time allows, possibly earrings too. Snacks, drinks and a drawing at the end of class. 

Supplies fee of $40 due to the instructor at the start of the workshop.

Sunday: Oct 29 · 1:00–5:00pm

Fee: $75 / RAA Member $60


For more information on these and other class offerings or to register, contact the Redlands Art Association: 909-792-8435


A 72 hour notice prior to the start of the class must be given to the RAA to receive a refund or transfer to a different class.


      • There will not be a registration confirmation. 
      • Students will be notified if the class is cancelled.
      • Class fees will not be prorated/refunded for missed classes. 
      1. Please call gallery ASAP if unable to attend 909-792-8435


Workshop Instructor Bios

Ada Jarvis

Ada Jarvis is self taught in the art of pique assiette (mosaics incorporating broken china, glass, tiles, found items). She teaches workshops in this art and sells pieces in various shops. She also paints with acrylics and oils, preferring minis and glass balls.


Monica Foulston

I began my art journey “officially” in 2016. I bought on old painting and painted right over it. The positive response on social media inspired me to push myself to purchase a quality canvas and materials and create more artwork and I haven’t stopped since.  Visit:


Deborah Mount

Deborah Mount is a credentialed art teacher for the State of California and works in the Rialto School District as a substitute teacher—primarily for the VAPA teams (Visual and Performing Art) at every elementary school in our district. Before retiring in 1999, she was an Art teacher at Rialto High School for twenty years and currently teaches “part time” at Redlands Art Association and Lake Arrowhead Christian SchoolAs an artist, she is passionate about sharing the visual arts with children knowing this will equip them with lifelong skills and an appreciation for the artwork of others as well as helping them to develop and discover their own talents and creativity.  She also feels it is important to learn about art history and the art of many cultures for enrichment.  Art is a “visual language” that surpasses barriers of time, culture, genders and language. In addition, it is vital for students to learn the Elements of Art and Principles of Design and develop a foundation for a life-long love of the arts.