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Raptor is a small contemporary resin artwork, beautifully framed in a white float frame, ready to hang.   Named Raptor because it is reminiscent of fossilised remails of a predatory bird, encased in chalk and minerals, hidden for eons, then revealed by inqusitive human beings.

‘The process of resin art begins with he mixing of two part Epoxy Resin, with artist quality pigment pastes added into the resin. Resin is then poured onto the substrate either in a random fashion, or in a pre-determined pattern. The results are not absolutely predictable, which is what makes it an exciting and spontaneous method of working. After years of producing very structured artwork, I have fallen in love with the freedom and spontaneity of working in this way. This work is multi layered with each layer of resin adding more colour and depth to the work. The beauty of resin is in its extraordinary vivid colours and fine detail obtained when colour pigments are added. The epoxy resin used is a hard, UV resistant, clear laminating resin. I am inspired by colour and texture.

Contact Gayle to commission a resin artwork with your choice of colours, shape and size.

 

Raptor

Gayle Reichelt

AUD$300
Size: 54w x 30h x 4d cms
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White float frame

Ready to hang

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Additional Information

Raptor is a small contemporary resin artwork, beautifully framed in a white float frame, ready to hang.   Named Raptor because it is reminiscent of fossilised remails of a predatory bird, encased in chalk and minerals, hidden for eons, then revealed by inqusitive human beings.

‘The process of resin art begins with he mixing of two part Epoxy Resin, with artist quality pigment pastes added into the resin. Resin is then poured onto the substrate either in a random fashion, or in a pre-determined pattern. The results are not absolutely predictable, which is what makes it an exciting and spontaneous method of working. After years of producing very structured artwork, I have fallen in love with the freedom and spontaneity of working in this way. This work is multi layered with each layer of resin adding more colour and depth to the work. The beauty of resin is in its extraordinary vivid colours and fine detail obtained when colour pigments are added. The epoxy resin used is a hard, UV resistant, clear laminating resin. I am inspired by colour and texture.

Contact Gayle to commission a resin artwork with your choice of colours, shape and size.