What makes the pour painting classes so wonderful is that no art experience is required to achieve a unique and beautiful painting. Sign Up Now - The acrylic and resin pour painting classes fill up early.
With its humble beginnings as plastic jewelry, resin/plastic has come a long way to include everything from countertops to furniture to flooring and is now a part of the high-end interior designer's repertoire.
While watching a resin artist make a beautiful table from fresh cut flowers I noticed that he removed the bubbles with a spray called Corrector.
Resin is a difficult medium for painting. If you use multiple colors they will all blend together before the image cures often leaving you with a piece that bears no resemblance to your original painting or one where the colors have blended together in an unattractive way.
So sad to see this wonderful group finish however I hope they will join me again this fall for more pour painting exploration.
Selling jewelry on the internet is a wonderful opportunity for most artists however there are times when you want to show the customer how it looks and feels on a person. This model image solves the first problem.
Saturday is the last day of my Acrylic and Resin Pour Painting Class. What a wonderful group of students!
It's been a blast teaching the Acrylic Pouring Paint class sponsored by the Tampa Museum of Art. All of my pour painting classes sell out shortly after they are placed on the Museum website.
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