Carol Kaminski

Artists Statement:

Resin art is a contemporary medium where pigments are mixed into resin, then poured and manipulated onto a substrate (in my case, wooden panels). I am one of the few artists in the US who paint with it, particularly in a realistic form.

I’ve been an artist, in many different forms, all of my life. I’ve worked in pastels, gouache and acrylics; I’ve been a singer and actress. For the past eight to ten years I’ve been painting in oils. My preferred style is realism; my feeling is that my paintings aren’t successful unless they look like a photograph. But painting like that, although beautiful to me, can be a long and tedious process. I was looking for a new style that would help me finish pieces quicker than I could with oils.

I found resin art during a visit to Roanoke, VA. I noticed a piece in the window of a gallery that I was mesmerized by. I found that the artist finished his piece with resin to help add depth to the work. I loved the finished look, but that still meant I had to do the painting first, which didn’t help speed up the process. Since colored resin can be used to fix boats and to finish floors, bar tops and surfboards, I thought “if they could add color to those projects, why couldn’t I do the same thing?”

The only tools I use are toothpicks and popsicle sticks - no brushes. And since the resin starts to cure in about 45 minutes, you have to paint quickly. Resin has a mind of its own - sometimes the resin is done and I’m not!

Contact information for Carol Kaminski:
  • Site Address: 4912 Hackamore Road, Greensboro, NC 27410
  • Media: Pigmented epoxy resin
  • Phone: 704-608-9664
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  • Facebook: Resinate Art
  • Instagram: ResinateArt

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Artstock 2021 - 23nd Annual - Look for the red balloons!

Studio Tour Dates:

Saturday, October 9, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, October 10, 1pm - 5pm

Preview Exhibition

September 13 - September 24
Gallery 1401 – Senior Resources of Guilford County Building – 1401 Benjamin Parkway

Opening Reception

Friday, September 10, 6-8pm
Gallery 1401 – Senior Resources of Guilford County Building – 1401 Benjamin Parkway

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The Pifer Family and Roach Realty, Inc