Learn to Resin Your own Artwork 3rd July 10.00 - 12.30

Learn to Resin Your own Artwork 3rd July 10.00 - 12.30

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Learn to Resin Your Own Artwork on the 3rd July from 10.00 - 12.30 at The Kiama Community College!

If you’ve always been interested in learning how to work with resin, then join me and learn how to create your own beautiful resin tray to take home and enjoy!  

Resin is a two-part compound which hardens to a clear glossy finish that you can add paints, pigments, dyes, pastes and inks to, enabling you to create beautiful one of a-kind artworks.  It’s a great to use to create lovely home décor pieces for you to enjoy or to give away as gifts!

This workshop is perfect for beginners or those who have experience in other types of fluid art like acrylic pouring and would like to deepen their knowledge.

What you'll get

In this to 2 and a half-hour workshop I will demonstrate how to mix mica powders, pigments, dyes, pastes and inks into the resin to create unique effects, including how to how to manipulate the effects and remove air bubbles with a heat gun so you can create your own stunning artwork on a stylish tray to take home and enjoy!

During this workshop, we will help you to gain a full understanding of the PPE equipment required to use when using resin as well as where to source these materials if you wish to start resining at home. 

All supplies provided

The workshop includes all materials.  As you will take your resin art home with you, we recommend that you bring a tray or container for you to place your tray into to transport home.  We also provide you with the correct PPE equipment to ensure you are working with safely with resin.

This workshop is strictly limited to 10 participants to ensure individual attention, however, due to the chemicals found in resin in its uncured state, you must be 15 or older to participate.  Also, due to these chemicals it is not recommended that pregnant women participate.

Please don’t dress to impress, resin is sticky and messy so please definitely wear old clothes!


Please ensure you read Workshop Terms & Conditions before enrolling.