Resin Art is a type of art and craft that uses resin (epoxy or cast) as one of the main materials. Mix the resin with paint or ink to create colorful patterns and designs, pour it over paintings to create a thick, shiny protective layer, or pour it into molds filled with items like dried flowers or seashells.


Resin or epoxy resin is a synthetic material that can be combined with other items to create different types of art. The types of resins used in the technical field are initially viscous substances that then harden into a solid form.ย  Although it is a liquid resin, it can be processed by adding materials. Once fully cured, it is extremely durable and can withstand extreme temperatures.

Best Resin Art in Chennai

Studio Dโ€™arts is all about art and artists. We supply everything needed to make resin. We also stock resins, candle-making and soap-making ingredients, and other materials needed for artistic creation.


We carry crystal clear epoxies, pigments, glitter, stones, silicone molds, DIY resin kits, candle-making kits, soap-making kits, and much more. We serve customers all over Chennai and Tamil Nadu. ย We at Studio Dโ€™arts, believe in making your surroundings as beautiful as your lives by offering you everything that you require to bring the art into reality.


Best epoxy resin art supplier in Chennai. We are a top player in the category of Epoxy Resin Craft Materials, Clock Materials, Shells, and other craft materials in Chennai. This is a well-known art organization acting as a one-stop destination servicing customers all over the city.

  • Art grade epoxy resins – are two-part solutions that include a resin and a hardener. One of these becomes the catalyst that causes the chemical reaction that hardens the resin.
  • UV Resin โ€“ If you’re interested in using a sun-activated resin, enthusiasts trust its non-toxic formula.
  • Epoxy Resin Pigments – A set of 23 pigments made for different types of epoxy resins.
  • Disposable Cups – This set of clear plastic cups has graduated markings on the sides.
  • Wooden Stick โ€“ Mixing epoxy resin is a science. You will also need a wooden stick for stirring.