Paint, Powertex and process
Kore Sage Art
Do you want to use heavy texture in your mixed media art or just find joy in your process? Are you looking for Powertex tutorials or a certified tutor to inspire your creations? Then you’re in the right place.
Paint and Powertex come together here as Kore Sage Art. Welcome!
Find Powertex techniques and tips in a series of articles for beginners. Start here to find out more about Powertex Universal Medium.
“Art is not a thing, it is a way.”
New Powertex blog series – Bister
I love to use Powertex Bister in my art. It’s unique properties of intense colour and delicate texture make it perfect for the mixed media, textured finish that I like. I’ve written a series of blog posts about how I use Bister with some tips for your own art and projects. Look out for the ebook too, where I’ll be sharing all my Powertex Bister secrets.
Using Bister granules. Bister granules have the benefit of adding colour and texture to your mixed media art. I love to add these tiny crackles to my projects. Read the second blog in the Bister series.
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Mixed media art
Experimenting and mixing different media is what makes art so exciting for me. My go-to supplies include Powertex, structure paste, acrylic inks, charcoal, Powertex Rusty Powder and collage. My art is always developing as I’m exploring new ideas. If you want to know about Powertex, this article can help.
Art journaling and sketchbooks
Art journals and sketchbooks are the keeper of quiet times for artists. We fill them with colour, pattern and line as well as thoughts, experiments and secrets. We pour our hearts into them as well as our paint. My art journals are my friend, my critic and my sanctuary. I encourage all creative people to keep a visual journal of some kind and use five minute journaling techniques with beginners. I sometimes share my art journals and sketchbooks on Instagram.