two acrylic paintings from November 2020 by Kore Sage

Art table notes November 2020

November 2020 at the art table November arrived with a second Covid lockdown. I felt the weight of it although the view from my window changed very little. Scaffolders, builders and students still filled the street outside. I finished the “play” canvases, returned to playing in the sketchbooks and began Read more…

Black and Gold Powertex Tumblers

Handmade gifts with Powertex and glass

Handmade gifts with Powertex and glass When you’re hand-making gifts with Powertex there’s lots of inspiration. Altered bottles, decorated wine glasses and fairy houses are high up on the list of gift ideas. All these use a glass base to create something unique. If you’d like to try using Powertex Read more…

Mixed media Powertex Star Canvas by Kore Sage

5 Powertex projects for beginners

Powertex craft projects for beginners Have you got a bottle of Powertex Universal Medium in your craft supplies? Are you overwhelmed by the possibilities or can’t remember how to use it? You’re not alone but there are ¬†some ideas here for beginners and some simple tips to get you started Read more…

Sketchbook page

Art table notes October 2020

October 2020 at the art table October was a wild weather month as¬†Autumn arrived with storms and blustery walks. The high winds blew huge waves and seaspray down at the beach. I spent more time painting this month, partly because I had more time at home and partly because my Read more…

Art table notes September 2020

September 2020 at the art table September brought extraordinary changes in the weather from a glorious warm late summer swim to cool stormy days and cosy nights of Autumn. I was excited to be Featured Artist at Adur Art Collective this month just in time to launch my latest abstract Read more…

Powertex art with Red Bister by Kore Sage

Art table notes July 2020

This new series of reflective posts will document more of my creative process. A brief look at the art from the last month and some thoughts on where things might go next. My reflections on July focus on the latest collection, acknowledgement of a creative rut and sparking new ideas. Read more…