About 60 minutes
About 60 minutes
What is the difference between the Basic Class and Basic II Class?
The Basic Workshop (this class) is 30 minutes shorter than the Basic II Workshop. The Basic Workshop is perfect for those who want to have a fun and experiential time, and are unsure if they want to pursue it further at home. It is a great opportunity for the entire family to have fun together.
On the other hand, the Basic II Workshop is designed for those who want to learn how to create their own art at home. The instructor will provide guidance on the tools, brands of epoxy resin, and other equipment that you should purchase.
Additionally, you will receive valuable tips to avoid wasting your epoxy and time on your first project.
What's includes for Basic
Recommendations on what
to wear and what to bring
Wear old clothes which you can mess with. You do not need to look pretty to join our workshop :)
Long hair? Tie your hair.
An apron, if you have an apron that you don't need, please bring it.
Epoxy resin curing time is more than 48 hours if you are not able to come back within a week or two to pick up your art work please bring $10 extra cash for shipping fee.
Who is your instructor?
Akima Kai is a professional underwater photographer always have a passion for the Ocean. During a lockdown in 2020, she was thinking how about making my own Ocean? That's how she started and her resin art piece is doing very well at Waimea Blue Gallery in Haleiwa and Island Galleries in Moana Surfrider Hotel, Waikiki.
She has been asking by a few people if she has a workshop. Here she is, she decided to share her valuable experience.
You may see what she is making with epoxy resin art and her photography visit her website. www.AkimaKai.com
If you have any question about this workshop or book your workshop please Email Akima.
The workshop will be hosted near Waimea bay,
North Shore Oahu.
Where is the workshop place?
Near Waimea Bay, North Shore Oahu.
A few wood practise boards
1 of 12"x12" wooden panel
Epoxy resin pouring material
Lots of colors to choose from and create mixes for your artwork
Use of heat gun and gloves