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30+ Dazzling Works of Resin Art That Capture the Material’s Versatility

Resin Art Resin Jewelry Resin Sculpture Resin Furniture Resin Painting

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Renowned for both its experimental nature and ethereal aesthetic, resin is proving particularly popular among today’s top creatives. While the compound—which can be cultivated naturally or synthetically created—has traditionally been used in polishes and varnishes, many contemporary artists and designers are finding new and inventive ways to incorporate the malleable material into their practice.

Lustrous like glass but compositionally similar to plastic, resin effortlessly pairs form with functionality, resulting in an endless amount of artistic possibilities. Here, we explore an eclectic selection of resin art, from spectacular sculptural works and  three-dimensional “paintings” to twinkling jewelry and avant-garde furniture. Dazzling and diverse, this collection of crystalline art showcases the versatility and beauty of the remarkable material.

Resin Sculpture

Worlds Within Whales by Isana Yamada

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Isana Yamada

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Isana Yamada

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Isana Yamada

 

Enchanting Mushrooms by Yukio Takano

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Yukio Takano

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Yukio Takano

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Yukio Takano

 

Splashing Sculptures by Annaluigia Boeretto

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Annaluigia Boeretto

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Annaluigia Boeretto

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Annaluigia Boeretto

 

Sculpted Vibrations by Loris Cecchini

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Loris Cecchini

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Loris Cecchini

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Loris Cecchini

 

Enlightening Book Wheels by Jonathan Whitfill

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Jonathan Whitfill

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Jonathan Whitfill

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Jonathan Whitfill

 

Lava Block by Deranged Donkey

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Deranged Donkey

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Deranged Donkey

 

Dragon Eyes by Stefano Prina

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Stefano Prina

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Stefano Prina

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Stefano Prina

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Stefano Prina

 

Gravity-Defying Flowers by Oodesign

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Oodesign

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Oodesign

Resin Art Resin Sculpture

Photo: Oodesign

 

Resin Painting

Psychedelic Panels by Bruce Riley

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Bruce Riley

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Bruce Riley

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Bruce Riley

 

Goldfish Bowls by Riusuke Fukahori

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Riusuke Fukahori

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Riusuke Fukahori

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Riusuke Fukahori

 

Multimedia and Multilayered Works by Brooks Shane Salzwedel

Resin Art Resin Furniture

Photo: Brooks Shane Salzwedel

Resin Art Resin Furniture

Photo: Brooks Shane Salzwedel

Resin Art Resin Furniture

Photo: Brooks Shane Salzwedel

 

Dazzling Dragons by Lillian Lee

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Lillian Lee

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Lillian Lee

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Lillian Lee

 

Female Portraits by Jessica Dunegan

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Jessica Dunegan

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Jessica Dunegan

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Jessica Dunegan

 

Aquatic Animals by Keng Lye

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Keng Lye

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Keng Lye

Resin Art Resin Painting

Photo: Keng Lye

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Kelly Richman-Abdou

Kelly Richman-Abdou is an art historian living in Paris. Born and raised in San Francisco, Kelly holds a BA in Art History from the University of San Francisco and an MA in Art and Museum Studies from Georgetown University. When she’s not writing, you can find Kelly wandering around Paris, whether she’s leading a tour (as a guide, she has been interviewed by BBC World News America and France 24) or simply taking a stroll with her husband and two tiny daughters.

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