I’m using ArtResin to create the background for a painting. No VOCs in ArtResin!
Use equal parts of ArtResin and hardener





For this project I separated my clear resin into five individual containers adding a different tint of acrylic paint to each one. After stirring to combine the ArtResin and paint I then combined the tinted ArtResin into one container and flipped it onto my prepared wood support. This “Flip cup” created some lovely cells and interest to the resin/paint mix. Once the wood support and sides were covered by the pour I used a torch to remove any air bubbles.


Once the ArtResin had cured I painted a cheerful mix of Canada150  and some varied orange tulips to pop against the blue sky.
All that was needed was one more pour of ArtResin to bring the painting to life, deepen the colour and add a layer of protection.