Blue and Purple loose art on watercolour paper

Art table notes March 2021

March 2021 at the art table Finding colour and marks On the art table in March it’s playtime with some loose marks on watercolour paper. In Powertex I’m revisiting Easy Structure in some of my favourite art pieces and my book pile gets some birthday gift additions. In the sketchbook Read more…

Powertex mini art with Yellow Ochre and Bister

Art table notes February 2021

February 2021 at the art table Making small art and following sparks On the art table in February I continued creating some tiny art. I changed up the supplies to make some tiny Powertex mixed media pieces. Next was rust art and then some bolder, textured minis with a base Read more…

Powertex mini rust art by Kore Sage

Mini rust art with Powertex

Making mini rust art with Powertex and Rusty Powder The Powertex mixed media minis were a brilliant way to get back into creating after a break and after the tiny metallic art I wanted to try some mini rust art. Rusty Powder is one of my favourite supplies and while Read more…

Applying Powertex Stone Art

Powertex Stone Art

Have you used Powertex Stone Art? Stone Art is a paper based, dry product that can be used in two main ways. Either add texture with it or mix it into an air dry clay and use with all colours of Powertex Universal Medium and other products. Create texture with Read more…

Art table notes December 2020

December 2020 at the art table December rolled around and the need for rest became all too apparent. Emotionally, physically and mentally exhausted I stepped away from my art table and from social media with a head full of guilt but a body that wouldn’t allow anything but a slower, Read more…

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…