Resin jewellery  is also known as Epoxy resin jewellery. This kind of jewellery is made from Epoxy Resin. Epoxy jewellery has crystal clear and mirrors smooth surfaces. The jewellery is made with materials such as flowers, pearls and glitter particles. The jewellery items which can be made from them include bracelets, pendants, finger rings and earrings.

To make the Circle family aware about this art form, The Circle Community conducted an engaging Resin Jewellery Workshop with Anwesha Panda.

About The Artist

Anwesha is pursuing her studies in the field of architecture and is a multimedia artist. She practises various kinds of artforms and is passionate about creative art. She has an Instagram account on which she puts up her creations and takes customised orders.

The Workshop Began

The workshop began with an introduction of Anwesha and her journey into the world of art. Anwesha gave an insight into Resin jewellery and its history.

Anwesha taught the making of Resin jewellery and advised how important it is to keep it covered in order to avoid contact with the atmosphere. Her first Resin jewellery creation was a purple coloured flower and the second creation was a yellow coloured flower. She also advised on the designing of the petals and answered the queries of the participants.

Towards the end of the workshop

At the end of the session, every participant was successfully able to create their own Resin jewellery. The artist and the participants both enjoyed this fun art workshop. A sense of joy could be clearly seen on their faces.

The attendees were from different parts of the country, but their love for art brought them to one platform – The Circle Community. TCC, like always, was successful in connecting artists with jewellery lovers by creating a memorable experience and positive vibe.

On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!