Resin is an epoxy substance. It consists of two parts, the resin and the hardener. The two parts are mixed together in a ratio of 1 to 1. After thorough mixing, the clear liquid is poured over art work such as collage, photographs, paintings, and mosaics. Depending on the temperature, the resin cures to touch in about 8 hours. The finished art piece is coated in a beautiful, glass-like, hardened epoxy.
Epoxy resin is used in various arts/crafts. Jewelers use it to make unique pieces of jewelry. Photographers use resin to enhance and protect their pictures. Mosaic artists sometimes substitute traditional grout for resin.
See more of Tunde’s work at https://www.facebook.com/UniArttStudio
Number of participants
Minimum 1, maximum 10
What is included?
Everything is included in the price; instruction, materials and tools.
Time and Location
The workshops run from 10-2 at the Town Hall
How to book?
Sign up at the info desk at The Budda Bar