Designed by Alex Henry Mixed Media Off with his head January's monthly Powertex challenge is Alice in Wonderland, now doesn’t that just conjure up all sorts of exciting possibilities. Dave and I put on our thinking caps and started to work around all things teapots and cups. Out of nowhere an idea popped into my … Continue reading Queen of Hearts
In August our product of the month is the Masai Collection. This is a collection of plaster head/busts that can be used to create stunning figurines and statues. You may have seen "Agnes" recently on our Hochanda tv shows. The plaster pieces can be painted with Powertex Fabric Hardener and attached to a stand with … Continue reading Masai Collection
Powertex Flower Girl Figurine Garden Sculpture with Powertex (by Anne) This is my first attempt at a Powertex flower girl figurine. She took me a long time to finally get finished, having started her over a year ago at my Level 1 Powertex Tutor Training! Now that she is finally done I love my Flower … Continue reading Powertex Flower Girl
Well, yet another month has passed and boy has this one gone by so quickly before we know it Christmas will be here!! YES, I said it, the C word... oops So this month the Powertex Design team were given keywords for creative ideas and I chose Harvest. I started thinking about Harvest, did … Continue reading Harvest Goddess
Hello everyone, Annette here...... I hoped you've all had a stunning Summer and are ready for an awesome Autumn. My challenge this month was to create a statue representing the star sign Virgo......mmm that certainly made the old brain cells fizz. SO......Virgo is represented by the virgin carrying wheat and she is an Earth sign. … Continue reading How to build an alternative statue ……..
Hello there I hope you've been enjoying the recent spell of warm weather and haven't been too affected by those nasty thunderstorms.....living in the Midlands we've had the joy of both ends of the weather spectrum!! This month I wanted to share with you my absolute love for Stone Art so I took the monthly … Continue reading Why I LOVE Stoneart…………