There are dozens of different techniques when someone mentions fluid art or resin art. My personal technique has evolved through meticulous experimentation and avoidance of common trends.
The artwork is a mixture of high-flow acrylics and art-specific epoxy resin. Each layer is poured, metallic leafing is added, and the entire painting is blow torched to a glassy finish (blowtorching eliminates micro-bubbles in the resin mixture). All artwork has between 3-6 layers of the resin mixture, creating depth and soft movement. Edges of the painting are hand sanded and painted to create clean lines. Natural stones are added periodically, not as a central focus but to add detail and texture.
All cradled birch panels are made locally, using local materials. Cradle is usually gallery style 1.5" deep for all wall art, except rounds. Round panels have a 3/4" cradle.
Each panel is sealed with GAC-100 and primed with Gesso, preserving colours and panel integrity. It also seals the panel, so the paintings can be hung in bathrooms without humidity being a concern.
ArtResin is derived from museum conservation-grade materials. It contains UV stabilizers as well as HALS (hindered amine light stabilizers), preventing yellowing of the artwork.
Wipe with soft, damp cloth when necessary. Do not use harsh chemicals, or vinegar-based cleaners.
While the highest quality of art-specific resin (see above) has been used in creating Modern Emulsions art, it is recommended that sun and heat exposure is limited to preserve the longevity of the artwork, as UV light degrades epoxy polymers.
Paintings can bewired for hanging. Alternatively, french brackets are a great option for a stable mount that is flush with the wall.
Please choose your artwork carefully as we do not accept returns. All items are final sale.