Fractured, Mixed media painting by Kore Sage Art

Summer Exhibition with the Adur Art Collective

It’s time for the Summer Exhibition 2019 in Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex. The Collective has over 150 artists working in a variety of materials and techniques from oil painters and award winning watercolorists to sculptors, photographers and jewellers. This year I will have a mixed media painting on display and despite the Read more…

Powertex row of fairy houses

Powertex Rainbow Fairy Houses

My home city is covered in rainbows this weekend as we celebrate our biggest annual event. I’m feeling colourful so I’m sharing how I made my Powertex rainbow fairy houses, in fact I created a whole village of multicoloured mini homes for the garden.

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Ugly phases art by Kore Sage

The ugly phases – work in progress

I’m elbow deep in paint while I study an intensive three month art course. It’s been an extraordinary journey to week 10 and I’m using all my creative time and energy on it. The most frustrating part is that there’s no beautiful finished paintings to share. Let’s talk about the Read more…

Powertex Stone Art and Bister art by Kore Sage

Bister and Stone Art in Powertex mixed media art

For the next article about how I use Powertex Bister, I’m revisiting an old favourite technique. Creating a stone effect with Stone Art and Bister is an impressive technique that looks amazing on craft projects and can amaze people with it’s realistic finish. However, it’s also a useful technique for mixed media art. (more…)

West Pier Brighton Art Inspiration

How I inspire my art with photos

I intended to write a blog about how I use Powertex Bister granules this week. Particularly my favourite blue ones, on Ivory Powertex with some Rusty Powder thrown in. However, we can’t always get straight to the art table and open the Powertex so this is what I do instead. Read more…