Wed, Aug 23|
CAA's Miramar Beach Creative Campus
Epoxy Resin Pouring on Functional Items Part II at MBCC
Time & Location
Aug 23, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
CAA's Miramar Beach Creative Campus, 13370 Emerald Coast Pkwy, Miramar Beach, FL 32550, USA
About the Event
After receiving requests from students attending the popular Resin Pours on Cheese Boards classes, this new offering is available as a continuation of the process of using epoxy resin to embellish functional items. Participants should bring 2 items of their choice to be embellished. The choice of items is left up to the participant. Some examples of items that lend themselves to this process are charcuterie boards, lazy Susans, trays (metal or wood), and wooden panels. Let your imagination help you make your choices. Items can be found on Amazon and other web sites, craft stores and home goods stores. You bring your items you want to embellish; all other materials will be supplied. This class is for those who have some experience using epoxy resin and want to advance their skills.
Cost: $95, all inclusive
Class Minimum: 2*
Class Maximum: 6
*Please note if the minimum is not reached the class will be canceled and participants refunded.
BARBARA SUHADOLNIK grew up in East Tennessee. From an early age she was interested in art but did not pursue that interest until college. At the University of Tennessee, she majored in Elementary Education with minors in Art Education and Art History. Throughout her career as an Educator, Barbara dabbled with various artistic endeavors, such as stained glass, acrylic painting and ceramics, but didn’t stay with any for very long. After retirement that changed. On a trip to the Destin, FL area in 2015, Barbara and friends took a class in glass shard art from Mary Hong’s studio in Grayton Beach. After that first class, Barbara took several additional classes where she learned to finish her shard art with epoxy resin. Along the way, Barbara became interested in acrylic paint pouring finished with epoxy resin. She studied the process on the internet and found that some artists were carrying paint pouring to the next level by tinting the resin itself four pouring. She was hooked and started creating tinted epoxy resin pours on canvas. It was easy to transfer that process to embellish functional items such as charcuterie boards, trays and coasters using a food safe resin. Barbara says she is having more fun than she has had at any time in her life. She loves what she is doing and is amazed others seem to like what she creates too. She named her hobby Embellished by Barbara Suhadolnik.
Epoxy Resin Pouring II
+$2.38 service fee
Admission for one.
+$2.38 service fee0