(WBIR-Old City Knoxville) It may look a little like a painting made from acrylics, or oils, or water colors. But it is really alcohol link.
Helen Cargile is an artist and craftsperson who makes alcohol ink art. She also teaches classes in that form of art.
"It's a cross between abstract and impressionism. Impressionism is my favorite school of art but I plan to lean more toward Abstract when I work so I can provide those two when I use this particular product," she explained.
Classes are available at the Basement Community Art Studio in the Old City.