Thursday, 5 May 2016

News Update

Well, it's certainly been a busy time behinds the scenes at my studio recently. A month or so ago, I was a lucky girl and took part in the official Powetex training course. Oh my word that was a fun couple of days. I am happy to announce that I am now a certified Powertex tutor and  have been frantically making samples for future classes. I'll post more about that when all the class details are ironed out.

I have also been trying trying to pull together a selection of my work for an opportunity to take part in Bucks Open Studios this year which runs from the 11th - 26th June 2016. The exhibition will take place at Threads and Patches along with the work of three other very talented artists. There will be a rota of demonstrations which I will publish here nearer the time. My little exhibition space will consist of a variety of work.....Gelli Plate/textile pieces, some Powertex samples, work created with my PaperArtsy stamps, stencils and Fresco Finish paint along with some journals and metalwork.


This weekend, I am demonstrating at The Craft Den in Wisbech. Terri has organised a whole day for me to share lots of ideas using my latest PaperArtsy stamps, stencils, Fresco Finish paint and the new Infusions. It is completely free of charge to attend, no need to book a place either, simply turned up and enjoy the fun......hope to see you there.




9 comments:

Helen said...

wow, what a busy retirement you are having!!! look forward to hearing more about your Powertex workshops in particular.

craftimamma said...

Ooh how exciting all of this sounds Lin. I spy a bit of Powertex Stone art I think ;-) with your own fabulous style to turn it into something stunning. I love Powertex & can't wait to see what you create because I have a feeling you will give it a whole new totally unique style.

Lucky people who get to come and watch your demos at The Craft Den and good luck with your exhibition too.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Hazel Agnew said...

Onwards and upwards eh Lin. Sounds like you are having a ball, and what an inspiration you are to the rest of us! Congratulations on all your new ventures and I know that the crafting world will be enriched by your contributions. Made me smile! Xx 😊

craftimamma said...

Ooh how exciting all of this sounds Lin. I spy a bit of Powertex Stone art I think ;-) with your own fabulous style to turn it into something stunning. I love Powertex & can't wait to see what you create because I have a feeling you will give it a whole new totally unique style.

Lucky people who get to come and watch your demos at The Craft Den and good luck with your exhibition too.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Lauren Hatwell said...

Wow! Is there no end to your talents Mrs B? Very exciting what you've got in store. Powertex is such an exciting product and, in your capable hands, is bound to be nothing less than magical. Lx

Nicole said...

Can't wait to see your new mastered techniques. You are such a creative person Lin. Thanks to continue to make me dream. xx. Nicole

Kirsten said...

Congrats Lin, I'm so pleased lots of exciting things are happening for you.

Alli said...

Oh wow Linda, you are so talented. Your work is beautiful. I wish I had your eye for colour and a fraction of your creativity.

Angela Radford said...

I thought you were supposed to be spending less time working but you seem as busy as ever. Bet you will enjoy the Open Studios, we often go to the one that they have at Cambridge and it's a great chance to see lots of interesting artwork. I absolutely love Powertex and have made quite a few pieces myself which I have on my blog. Look forward to seeing what you come up with too.
Happy crafting, Angela x