For the past eight years I have been using resin as a medium for Lazy Susans and paintings. I mix acrylic paints, alcohol inks and pigment powders separately in cups of resin, then pour them, creating a kaleidoscope of color on my art pieces. Resin is a fluid medium and when the drippings that I refer to as (resin skin) cure, I peel them off of my table and save in containers according to their dominant color. These polychromatic skins are what I use to make the mosaics. This finished art piece ends up being very textured from layering the skins and requires a clear coat of resin to finish the piece. If you look closely, you will see the feathering that dripping resin creates. No two are alike. Each a special piece with an unusual medium method. They can be seen at my shows or you can contact me to discuss a special made for you mosaic painting.