At the end of September, I was involved in an exhibition at the very lovely Heene Gallery in Worthing. There were some wonderful things there, gorgeous jewellery by Jane Pinder (Naturally Silver), beautiful stained glass by Naomi Frances and some stunning photography by Lorraine Lewis Heaysman. There was also art work from Stella Stevens, she exhibited some amazing oil paintings.
Since then, I have been dabbling and experimenting with resin. I've been making lots of mess (and quite a few mistakes) but I do love giving this stuff a go!
|Fab skull & cross bones mould from Poundland!|
|Making a piece from a yoghurt lid|
|A silicone mould I have cast from a starfish|
|A new mould from Metal Clay.|
I have also discovered that you don't need to spend a fortune to get a coloured cast, either. I have been using oil paint but the best thing so far has been Dylon Fabric Paint! Lots of choices and really good value for money, too.
|Look at that lovely red and sparkly silver resin!|
The results are looking good so far. I've had so much inspiration from fellow-crafter's blogs, especially Resin Crafts and The Skinner Studio.