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March 8, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Art on the Columbia
830 N Columbia Center Blvd B2
Kennewick, WA 99336
Art on the Columbia

This is a really fun resin project for pretty much anyone, from absolute beginners to those who are familiar with working with epoxy resin.  I will provide all  equipment and supplies, including very basic safety equipment (gloves and disposable dust mask). You are welcome to bring your own mask if you have something that you are more comfortable with.

You will also be provided with a mold that will produce 4 round (4 inch) coasters, and 4 round cork self stick backing pads, for when your project is all cured and ready to use. These make really great gifts!

The class will run approx. an hour to an hour and a half. Finished pieces can be picked up after 2 days of curing.

Participants will not be required to measure, mix, or pour resin. That will all be done for you, so all you have to do is sit back and relax while I explain, step by step, how this amazing technique works, then you get to do the fun part. We will discuss (in class) a meeting time for 2 days later, to de-mold the coasters. You do not have to be present, but if you are, it’s a favorite part of the process for most, as it’s always a fun surprise!

Make sure to wear clothes that you won’t mind getting  resin on, and it’s a good idea to tie back long hair.
You are welcome to bring a notebook if you would like to take notes.

Age Limit: 18+
Max Seats: 12    Class Min: 6                                                                                                                  Cost for this class is:  $70

Supplies for this class must be purchased in advance so payment is required, in advance to secure your spot.

Working with resin is not for everyone. Some people can have serious reactions to resin. For this class we use ArtResin. This product is low VOC, but if you are irritated by fumes of any kind, this class may not be for you. By registering for this class you are acknowledging that you understand that there may be risks to working with resin and that Art on the Columbia,LLC and Kim McDonald can not be held liable for any issues that may arise from your participation in this class.