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Event Archive - Resin Art Workshop(s): Natalie Brake

Sat. October 17th 2020 - Sat. October 17th 2020 Cook Street Village Activity Centre (No Minors)
10:00 - 3:00 doors at 9:45

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Visual Arts: Painting
EVERY FEW MONTHS I will open up my studio to teach resin-art classes to a handful of students. The reason I only teach small classes is that in the beginning, resin requires a lot of space to work with, special tools and equipment and a lot of attention and care.

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*Social Distancing measures will be in place for workshops and all participants must comply with guidelines, or will be asked to leave the workshop. Guidelines are standard: keep a safe distance apart from each other, frequent hand washing and sanitizing of shared art tools/supplies. Masks are mandatory. All participants must complete a screening questionnaire before the class.

September 26&27 - 7 SPOTS LEFT
October 17&18 - 1 SPOT LEFT

10m-3pm, Saturday and Sunday
art pickup on the following Monday from 6-7:30 pm


Resin Fundamentals:
Selecting the right brand
How to mix resin
How to pour resin on any size surface
How to create resin “walls” to keep resin on surface while it cures
How to properly cure resin

Troubleshooting curing issues
Repairing damaged surfaces

Using Resin in Art:
Mediums you can and can’t use with resin
How to tint resin
Creating a clear surface
Mixing paint mediums into resin
Using objects to create resin art (paper collage, flowers, stones, etc)


1. (4) Coasters
style choice of:
Dried flowers or
Geode Style

2. (2) Fine Art Pieces
Two (2) 10”x10” art pieces that you can hang on your wall or give as gifts. These can be in any style that you choose (based on what we learn in the workshop)

early bid registration is $287 - *save 10%. Click Below for Workshop Registration.

$319 regular price


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Natalie Brake (Abstract | Fluid Art)

Natalie Brake is a Canadian Abstract Artist currently living on Vancouver Island, British Columbia (traditional Coast Salish, Nuu chah nulth, and Kwakiutl territory). Born in Calgary, Alberta, she began her career in the arts as a flamenco dancer under the direction of internationally acclaimed performer Fiona Malena (2004-2007). After an injury fo... more info
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