After moving to Kingston in 2010, marking the start of his professional career, Jason has spent nearly everyday for almost 10 years tattooing. After a brief hiatus from Kingston in 2013, and returning to open Ink Well in February of 2014 Jason continues to develop his bold and illustrative style, and welcomes a wide variety of concepts and styles.
Request a Consult
Brock hails from Cornwall, Ontario and relocated to Kingston four years ago when he completed his apprenticeship and began his artistic journey into the world of tattoos and piercing.
Clients have come to know him for his unique style, which focuses on realism and extremely detailed work.
Brock loves the freedom his job allows, and he is constantly energized by the ability to specialize in a particular field.
Allison Bell is a jr artist at Ink Well, building her career and clientele in the Kingston area. She began drawing before she could write and would spend hours drawing her favorite animals. In late 2014 she moved to Kingston to peruse a tattooing apprenticeship and officially started on March 31st of 2017 at Ink Well.
Allison first pursed art at a young age through sketch drawings of horses and various other animal anatomy. As she developed she found inspiration from the movies such as Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, the studio Ghibli movie: Spirited Away and other animated characters and video game characters.
When Allison was leaving high school she decided to pursue art as a career building her portfolio and becoming the apprentice of Jason Goettler at Ink Well tattoos and piercings. Allison continues to develop her art as a junior artist at Ink Well.Request a Consult
Chelsea was raised in Perth Ontario and has been drawing for as long as she can remember. She attended the Ontario College of Art and Design where she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting. Soon after graduation she was given the opportunity to pursue tattooing in Kingston.
She loves applying her style to a variety of themes whether it be nature, florals, illustrative blackwork, ornamental work and anything in between. Tattooing has allowed her to continue to grow as an artist while being able to meet and collaborate with new people everyday.
Request a Consult