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Here’s another piece I did with alcohol inks and Sharpie on 8″ x 8″ Chromaluxe panel and sealed with triple thick acrylic glaze.  This piece is thicker than the smaller trees I just posted, about 1/4″ or so, and is basically a sheet of Chromaluxe mounted to hardboard.  Yes, I realize this is just a bunch of rambling about stuff most people don’t care about, but for those who paint with alcohol inks and are curious, I’m including the substrate specs.

This piece (unnamed, because I just can’t be bothered to name things today) is for sale: $45.00.  It does not require framing and is ready to hang with a cool but non-traditional attachment on the back that you can see here.

The hanging attachment provides a sort of “floating” mount to your wall.  It’s about 1/2″ thick, and though this is not the best photo, perhaps you can tell how things look from the side from this image.

Again, this is an iPhone photo of the artwork (which is already sealed), so it’s not the best representation.  It’s quite shiny and vibrant in person.

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Alcohol inks and Sharpie on 8" x 8" Chromaluxe panel - by Monica Moody

4 Comments

  1. In your second photo or the side view…you have the most wonderful ink bottle storage box…I have been desiring something like that for some time! Lol…did you purchase that or did you make that to serve your need to not have bottles tipping rolling and driving you nuts like me? Lol
    :) Jill

    • Hey Jill! Well, I must admit that I no longer use the container you are referring to. I was so excited when I first found it (it’s a bamboo lipstick holder from The Container Store), but the ink bottles are hard to get in and out of the slots. Ultimately, I ended up with way more inks than would fit in the 2 or 3 containers that I bought. These days, they’re all just rolling around in a plastic tub. It can be annoying, but I don’t care so much about it anymore. 😉

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