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It is extremely hard to photograph resin paintings due to the reflective nature of the medium. If you are interested in any of the resin works, please contact me and I can send you additional photos and videos. These paintings really need to be seen in person to fully grasps their depth and beauty. I highly recommend visiting one of the galleries to view them up close and in-person.
See the attached up close video.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

While I can not always guarantee a perfect, flawless finish to my paintings, I do my best to limit the amount of "imperfections" in my work. I like to think that any unintended environmental elements as adding to the uniqueness and beauty of each piece. 

HOW TO CARE FOR RESIN ART: 
Display resin artwork in an area that is NOT in direct sunlight to prevent yellowing or fading over time. 

Creating art with resin can produce a lot of "wasted" materials. I decided That I could use the extra run-off colored resin to make functional and wearable ART!  Thus making a more affordable alternative for my paintings that anyone could enjoy - while creating less waste for the environment!

Shop my for resin necklaces and coasters on my Available Now page. 

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