MAKE A RESIN GEODE
MAKE A RESIN GEODE
Instructor: Shannon Eis
Ages: Adults + Mature Teens
Ages 10 - 13 welcome with additional adult registration.
Skill level: All
Sunday, February 3, 2019 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Come learn the techniques, tips, and tricks of creating a faux-geode using Art Resin, acrylic paint, alcohol ink, glitter, crushed glass and more!
In this fun, interactive workshop, Shannon will demonstrate how to properly mix Art Resin, and how to include different sorts of materials into the resin. She'll discuss how to modify the consistency of resin by allowing it to set up, show examples of her work, and demonstrate her process. All materials are provided, including a crazy amount of paint, alcohol ink, glitter, and other inclusions. Included with this class tuition is an 8 oz Art Resin Starter Kit, a $28.00 value for students to use and take home. Students generally use between 2-4 oz of resin in class depending on how many layers of color and inclusions they add. Please come dressed for mess. We recommend leaving good clothing, shoes, jewelry, backpacks and hand-bags at home, as Art Resin is both runny and sticky. Because the resin needs time to fully set up and dry, students will need to come back 2-4 days after class to pick up their geode.
About the Instructor: Shannon Eis is a mixed-media artist with a passion for experimenting with materials and techniques. She is well versed in acrylic pouring, polymer clay sculpting, sewing, alcohol ink, and much more. She has been experimenting with resin for years and has a wealth of knowledge, materials, and inspiration to share. She is the Queen of Resin Geodes. Yes, we said Queen. She can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Etsy and Twitter as “Shannons Folly.”
*Please read our class cancellation policy before registering by clicking here.*
Please register as soon as you plan on attending. Classes that don't reach the minimum number of students required will be canceled 48 hours before the first day of class. Last minute registrations are accepted if class minimum is met and space allows.