Resin Artwork + Framing

Artistic Wholesale is introducing new artwork into their lineup of products. Artist Andrew Heiner is creating Original Resin art onsite and displaying it in the showroom. If you would like to know who to make this artwork or interested in taking a look, Stop by and come into our showroom.
Resin Artwork
The colors of this piece called Purple River really stand out in our showroom. The same wall coloring is used in the artwork. The flowing look is created by using a two part resin. The resin is transparent and anything that is mixed or below the applied resin shows through. After applying the resin, paint can be dribbled onto the resin while it flows around the board. While the resin sets other items canbe applied to the top coat, this piece broken glass to add texture to the artwork
Resin Artwork
After the artwork dried, the artwork was framed using item # 1032 turned on it’s side with a small blue liner inset into the upturned frame. This made a deep floating frame with a small rabbet. The sides were lined with black Foam and the back was lined with the dripping paper that was used when the artwork was being developed. The art was floated about 3″ off the backing to create a deep shadow, mainly so the backing wouldn’t take too much away from the art itself. Foam-core was used as a backing and to create the space between the art and the backing. Because of the weight of the art, glue was used to adhere the layers.
Resin Artwork + Framing
Resin art looks amazing in person, photos don’t do it justice. the layers can be very complex almost like looking into a piece of granite counter top. Come in and take a lookat the artwork on the walls, maybe it will just give you the creative idea to produce your own show stopping content for your store.
Resin Artwork + Framing