At Art to Art, we have a wide range of professional and beginner resin art supplies. Whether you’re planning on making jewellery, creating ornaments or doing some paint pouring art, we’ve got you covered. Shop brands like Pinkysil, Bqueen and Glass Coat just to name a few.
Types of art resin
Epoxy resin kits: want to try an art resin project but don’t know where to start? Get a kit that has everything you need! Our kits have mixing and measuring cups, mixing sticks, gloves and protective mats.
Casting resin: casting resin is a method of casting where a mould is filled with liquid resin, which then hardens. It can be used to make jewellery, homewares, knife handles and more. At Art to Art, we have crafting resin for both small, medium and large projects!
Silicone moulds for resin: create your own moulds with Pinkysil Silicone. These moulds cure at room temperature and have an easy 1:1 mix ratio.
Pigments for art resin: add a splash of colour to your epoxy resin project with our collection of dry paint pigments!
For high quality art resin in Australia at affordable prices, you can’t beat Art to Art! Order online today for same day dispatch and enjoy free shipping when you spend over $100. You can also shop resin using Afterpay! And before you go, don’t forget to see what other masterpieces you can create with our range of oil paint mediums, acrylic mediums and watercolour mediums.
What are epoxy resins used for?
Epoxy resins have multiple applications, but in the art world, they’re used for sealing and casting your art projects. Epoxy resin can be used on canvas, wood, glass, terracotta, ceramic tiles and more!
Is epoxy waterproof?
Yes, epoxy resin is waterproof! It seals everything that it’s poured over, so make sure you cover every inch to protect it.
What can I use to colour my resin?
You can use a variety of materials to colour epoxy resin, however, each material has advantages and disadvantages.
Alcohol ink: offering gorgeous, rich saturation, alcohol ink will mix in thoroughly with resin offering cool effects dues to its transparent nature. A blow torch should not be used on resin that contains alcohol ink. Alcohol inks are made with dyes and will begin to fade over a period of time.
Acrylic paint: you can use acrylic paint with epoxy resin. Artist grade paint will produce the best results as it offers the highest concentration of colour, and choosing a fluid range will make mixing the colours smoother. Keep in mind that acrylic can take away the glossiness of the resin, and do not add more water to the paint.
Acrylic inks: similar to acrylic paints, these are highly fluid inks that offer a huge range of colours and spectacular performance. Just add to the resin right from the bottle.
Dry pigments (our most recommended): this is colour in its rawest form. As it contains no binders, it offers the highest colour strength, clarity and brilliance.
What do I need for resin art?
For resin art, you’ll need:
How do you use epoxy resin for beginners?
The best way to get started with epoxy resin is to get a beginner kit! This will have everything you need to create your craft masterpiece.