Gregarious gnome Powertex Sculpture Workshop 1st and 2nd June

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Gregarious Gnome Powertex Sculpture Workshop – $130, June 1-2

Join us for another unique artistic experience where you’ll make 2/3 gorgeous gnomes or elves out of paper cups, cardboard, fabric and lace and then transform them into extraordinary works of art using the versatile medium of Powertex and its range of beautiful range of powder colours, fabric, wire, tinfoil etc. Your unique creations can be proudly displayed in your home, children’s bedrooms, or even in your garden. Enjoy this engaging workshop as I guide you step-by-step through the creation of your gregarious nonsensical gnomes or elves! In this hands-on interactive workshop, you’ll discover innovative techniques to create, enhance and personalize these delightful figures. Whether you’re an experienced artist or a novice, I will guide and support you through the process, ensuring your creative artwork is both beautiful and perfect for home or garden decoration.

What You Will Learn:

  • How to easily create beautiful sculptural forms with Powertex art supplies.
  • The importance of layering and how it enhances your finished artwork.
  • Understanding and using Powertex Ultimate Medium.
  • Techniques to embellish your artwork with color for a professional finish.
  • Being able to create with others in a fun, artistic environment.
Explore the art of texture, layering, and sculpting as you craft your gnome or elf figurines. Workshop Details:
  • Date & Time: Saturday, June 1, 9am-4:30pm (creation) / Sunday, June 2, 10am-2pm (painting and finishing)
  • Cost: $130 (includes tuition and all materials, normally $165)
  • Limited Spots: Only 8-10 participants, so book quickly!
Don’t miss out on this creative opportunity. Think you can’t create this beautiful sculpture? You absolutely can! This workshop is perfect for beginners who want to explore their creativity. Surprise yourself with what you can make and get inspired. Book today! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced artist, you’ll be amazed at what you can create. Credit goes to Ashley Hay from Powertex Australia for her work in developing these techniques and supplying us with our medium.