The Tiny Sketchbook Project is completed! This project is just one of many sketchbook projects, seeded in Brooklyn Art Library and becoming significant, global, creative events. They really are for everyone and have sparked my creativity as a beginner and as more experienced artist and journaler.
Powertex colour combinations for beginners Many Powertex colour combinations are possible from the range of colours and then a complementary range of Bister sprays and powder pigments available to finish your projects. In my Powertex workshops, one of the things people can struggle with, is how to choose colours that Read more…
Top five Powertex posts of 2018 So these are my most top Powertex posts from 2018! There’s lots of information here for Powertex artists. If you’re a beginner to Powertex I recommend you take a wander through these posts to help you make the most of the product. There’s lots Read more…
Art Journaling FAQ
This art journaling FAQ is for beginners getting stuck. The following questions have come up in my journaling class so I’m sharing them here in the hope that they help someone else. If you have another question about journaling, leave me a comment or get in touch. (more…)
My top five tips for starting out with Powertex Universal Medium
As you might imagine, when I started out with Powertex I dived in, playing, experimenting and making mistakes along the way. Some time later I’ve learned from those early messes and I want to share my Powertex top tips with you. If you’re new to Powertex maybe you will find them helpful.
Keeping written secrets and hiding words in your art journal
There are lots of reasons why we keep art journals but for some of us, at least some of the time it’s a place to express our feelings. Sometimes we can do this with colour, images, patterns, quotes or lyrics. Sometimes we need to write, sometimes a lot! Sometimes we write but we want to obscure that writing in some way. This blog looks at ways of using hidden words in art journaling.