Resin Seascapes with Amy Handy
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Resin Seascapes with Amy Handy

Students will learn the basics of working with epoxy resin through this hands-on 2 day workshop. Students will mix color and pour their own 10 inch porthole painting while learning the techniques needed to create the perfect ocean waves. Using a variety of sands, shells and stones, students will learn how to create depth through use of varying textures and by pouring in layers. Students will be provided with a 10 inch, round, wood cradled panel that has been stained and prepped for them. Are you ready to make some waves?

Completed paintings can be picked up from the shop after 24 hours, once they have cured.

Resin is very sticky and messy so please wear clothes you don't care about and have your hair pulled back. We recommend bringing an oversized "paint" shirt to work in and a bag to transport said shirt home in. While the resin we will be using is VOC free, it does have a slight odor. If you are sensitive to odors you are welcome to bring a respirator with you to wear while you work.

Students who sign up for both Resin Seascapes and UV Resin Jewelry will receive a $25 gift card good for products at Wyldwood.

*If our classes are not financially affordable for you we invite you to apply for our scholarship program! Details can be found here.

*All students will be required to wear a mask for the duration of class for the safety of our instructors.

*Cancellations must be made 72 hours in advance. Late cancellations and no shows will forfeit the class fee.

*This class is designed for teens/adults. Students 10-12 are welcome to register along with a paid adult. 

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Instructor: Amy Handy
Instructor Bio: Amy Handy is a mixed-media artist with a passion for the ocean. Born in Florida and raised in New Hampshire, she traded the Atlantic for the Pacific and now resides in Renton, Washington. As a child she dreamed of being an artist, and has experimented with different mediums throughout her life. In 2007, her medium became motherhood when she had the first of her five children. Amy began working with epoxy resin in 2018 and it quickly became her medium of choice. She started Robot Mom Creations in 2020 and has been selling her work around the state ever since.
Includes all tools and materials to complete one platter

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