Resin Art

This medium of resin leads the artist in you to create a design. When The colors, textures develop, and the lacing effects, it is like a dream you are in, observing the developments happening is just an amazing journey and incredible experience with this medium.

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    “Cross Roads” Resin on wood

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    “Cross Roads” Resin on wood

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

     

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    “Destination”

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    “Destination”

    Just a little insight into my world of resin painting!

     

    (I always have my memories with beach. Long time back every evening we used to spend time in the beach with friends and family.)

     

    Fluid motion is beautiful challenging perfection, a natural flow that can be controlled only to a point — which is a good life lesson. It’s about learning how and when to let go. Syringes, needles and a propane torch help move the resin. The polymerized painting portrays its temporal history as it captures the slow flow of resin. These paintings continue to move for hours after the resin is applied. The painting you see is the final scene of a moving picture whose history is encoded in layers of resin.

     

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    Distant Thoughts

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    Distant Thoughts

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

     

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    Euophoric

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    Euophoric

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

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    HARMONIOUS 1

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    HARMONIOUS 1

    This ART ON TABLE is one of my favourite resin work. I am very happy how this table design turned out. Art can be every where.

     

    I manipulate tinted epoxy resin to create resin abstractions. I begin each piece by choosing the colors. As I pour, a form begins to appear on the surface and a dialogue begins. These forms are similar to characters in a play. They speak to me and guide me to create their shapes. Eventually, they interact and engage with one another. There is an unspoken language between them. The challenge in creating this type of abstraction is leaving the emotion unidentified. With each artwork, my intent is to create an experience. I allow the viewer to think, feel and find their unique significant meaning.

     

    I do accept commissions for table tops with colors of your choice. Please contact for details.

     

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    HARMONIOUS 2

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    HARMONIOUS 2

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

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    Nature’s secret

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    Nature’s secret

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

     

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    Natures Lust

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    Natures Lust

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

     

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    RHYTHM

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    RHYTHM

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

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    Shore

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    Shore

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. The painting is planned
    Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

    This painting is done on 3 similar wooden planks to give it a beautiful modern look.

     

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    Timeless Grace

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    Timeless Grace

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.

     

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    Tropical sky

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    Tropical sky

    I use different mediums to get different effects in my paintings. I started using resin along with fluid acrylics, inks, pearlescent, metallic powders and spray paint. With blow torch help, I create the beautiful details. I might add chemicals which creates more of the desired effects. Careful layering and manipulation produce vibrant abstracts, bursting with energy, with a glass-like finish. It’s taken me time and many attempts to develop my own style of using resin, to get the effects I want. There is an element of danger added as the fumes are sweet but deadly. The process begins with the mixing of the resin and its catalyst; a chemical reaction ensues and time becomes an important dimension in the work. Fluid motion is the natural flow that can be controlled only to a point, It’s about learning how and when to let go. The painting you see is the summarization of many layers and chemical reactions polymerized.