This is a fun and fluid workshop to create a mixed media canvas. Suitable for complete beginner's you will use a variety of techniques to create stunning effects. Learn about composition, then create your design from a huge selection of embellishments and textures.
Colouring is done using bister sprays and dry brushing to finish off the piece. Very different to traditional painting, this art style can be completed by anyone and is suitable for all skill levels. Learn to work in a completely free way and see the piece develop before your eyes!
What is Powertex?
It’s used in mixed media projects of all kinds from garden fairy houses and figure sculptures to paintings and jewellery. But what exactly is it?
Here’s some things you should know about Powertex:
It’s environmentally friendly
A universal medium that can be used to sculpt fabric
A liquid that can be used to harden natural fibres including textiles, paper, card, and leather.
It can be combined with Stone Art powder to make an air drying clay
It comes in a variety of colours as well as transparent
It’s adhesive for use with sand, stone, plaster, wood and metal (for example) in mixed media projects, canvases, sculptures, jewellery making and much more
It’s a brilliant way to upcycle old fabrics and just about anything else
It can be used to create weatherproof art such as garden ornaments and signs.
This is a Flexitime class, which means the teacher can run this class around your schedule.
You need to be a group of 2
I need 1 day notice
I am only available on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
All materials and light refreshments included.
Powertex can be a little messy- gloves and aprons will be provided- but please don't wear your best clothes!
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