Liloveve Jewelry School: Resin edit info

457 Grand Street Brooklyn 11211 (Keap and Union Streets)
t: 718-388-2190
hours: July 21 + 22, Sat/Sun, 11am - 5:30pm
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Learn the basics of working with different epoxies and resins to add color and interest to your pieces. We will be creating domes and bezels (both closed and open back) that we can fill with pigments. The epoxy can be mixed with a color to simulate enamel or it can be poured over an image or decorative paper. Items like sparkles, beads, dried flowers, or other materials of your choice, can be suspended in the resins as well. We will be making a two part putty mold to create a 3D piece out of resin. Experiment with mixing pigment, eye shadow, mica powder, spices, pastel crayons, papers, objects and more into the resin to give it dimension.

Level: Beginner

July 21 + 22 | Sat + Sun | 11am - 5:30pm | $200, materials included

For more info or to register for this class email or call the studio at 718.388.2190

With instructor Kathleen DiResta. While finishing her BFA in sculpture and art history at SUNY New Paltz, Kathleen took her first job as a jeweler in the summer of 1991, and has been creating unique designs ever since. Her line of playful, geometric jewelry, featured in many books and magazines, sells nationally at galleries and high end craft shows. After running a jewelry shop for many years in the East Village, she moved her studio closer to home on Long Island, where she hand crafts her jewelry designs and works on custom pieces for clients. Since 2000, Kathleen has been enjoying sharing her skills as a jewelry teacher. She was lucky to work at Craft Students League until it closed. Currently, her classes are held at her studio or Art League of Long Island. For more information, visit


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