Fine Art by Laurie Trumpet Williams
Welcome to my art website. I’m Laurie “Trumpet” Williams, mixed media and alcohol ink artist and instructor.
Creating Art to Move & Excite
I love using bright colors and spontaneous textures to create art that moves the observer in some way.
Variety is a Constant
I create from my own internal inspiration. From spontaneous and abstractive to highly-detailed and representational,
my creative energy comes from my current situation, inspiration, motivation, and overall mood.
I’m always mixing it up to keep the creative juices flowing!
I’m Laurie “Trumpet” Williams, Mixed Media & Alcohol Ink Artist
Thank you for taking the time to visit my website and to browse through my artwork. I’m an artist who loves playing around with pretty much all mediums. I especially enjoy the intuitive nature of mixed media art and the spontaneity of alcohol ink and fluid art.
I love using color in an expressive way, as well as textures — flat and dimensional — to create a mood with my art.
Always feel welcome to reach out to me with any questions or special requests. I love hearing from you!
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Highlights from some of the latest events and happenings for Trumpet Art.
I'm beyond excited to announce the launch of my very own line of Simple Screens with AAE Glass! The Laurie Trumpet line of Simple Screens are silk screens designed to work on alcohol ink and mixed media backgrounds. The designs are approved by me and I use them...
A year ago a new manufacturer of synthetic paper emerged with a solution for Alcohol Ink art. Alcohol ink art requires a non-porous surface, which you either have to purchase synthetic papers or In the past, I've used YUPO paper (which I still love), but this new...
Donated a framed print of "Joey" to the Dogfish Ale Benefit for Multiple Sclerosis organized by Laurie Hartman, fellow member of ALOG (Art League of Germantown). The restaurant donated 15% of sales for the day to the cause. An art raffle and sale were held to raise...