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Powertex

Powertex fabric hardener and textile hardener is an environmentally friendly water-based liquid sculpting medium. It can harden any absorbent materials such as textiles, paper, cardboard, fabrics, leather and fiberglass. Powertex can be easily combined with self-hardening clays, concrete, stone, ceramic, wood, san​d, Stone Art and Easy3Dflex. Powertex is used for making sculptures, paintings, decorative objects and jewelry. Powertex Transparent is a white liquid that dries to a mat finish showing the original patterns and colors from the hardened fabrics. You can create any Powertex colour by adding Powercolor to Powertex Transparent. Dissolve the pigment in a little warm water and stir in the Powertex. Once dry your artwork can be decorated with oil paints, acrylics, latex or Powercolor mixed with Easy Varnish. This combination makes the paint instantly waterproof. Powertex air dries but warm air from a blow dryer or radiator accelerates the drying time. Powertex Lead, Bronze, Terracotta, Ivory, Black, Green, Red, Yellow & Blue are pre-coloured and already water proof.

STANDING FIGURE –
A great Powertex Beginners Workshop…
In this workshop, you will learn to make the form, drape it & explore how to use the Powertex medium & a variety of pigments to enhance a beautiful Standing figure.

MIXED MEDIA RUST EFFECTS
Combine Powertex with Stone Art to create amazing Mixed Media effects that imitate Rust. An amazing workshop that will let you explore & enjoy your creative side.

As a Certified Powertex Trainer, I am pleased to be bringing Powertex Workshops to the Bunbury area.

These workshops are COMING SOON!
Go to the Contact Jan Tab to express interest in attending these full day workshops.

For more information on this product go to the Powertex Australia website: www.powertex.com.au

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Upcoming Classes

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New Powertex Workshops are coming later in the year….

If you are interested in attending one of these workshops, go to the Contact Jan Tab & leave your details.Payment will only be required once the courses are confirmed closer to the dates.