This soft and charming piece features mint, gold, cream, and white resin with real crystal quartz points and crushed glass/mirror and glitter. Set on a 20x24 inch cradled wood panel, about 3 inches tall at the highest point. This piece features raw and real golden mica.
Golden Mica: helps with balancing and self-healing, in addition to an increase in one's willpower. Specifically, this stone helps awaken that inner fighter within you, allowing you to channel your entire being into whatever task or idea you may have.
I make each piece by hand in my home studio. Occasionally small particles of dust or debris find a way into the piece during its curing time. These may cause slight "imperfections" or dots on the piece.
These pieces are one of a kind and are nearly impossible to duplicate... so if you like one, get it before it's gone. I want to make sure you are getting what you expect, so if you want to see more photos of a piece or would like to request a video please contact me.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR ARTWORK
Some pieces include real broken glass/crystal pieces and can be very sharp. Be sure to wear appropriate gloves while handling.
Epoxy Resin is UV sensitive, appropriate UV blockers are used in the formula but may yellow over time with exposure to sunlight. Keep all pieces out of direct sunlight.
Epoxy Resin can be easily scratched and marked. Avoid the use of chemical and abrasive cleaners. Clean with window cleaner or water and a soft cloth. To remove dust in textured areas, use a microfibre duster or non-residue compressed air.
Please choose how to hang your piece with care. Find materials appropriate for the weight of your artwork. Please make sure your artwork is properly secured in case of earthquake or human interference. We recommend hiring a professional for hanging of all artwork. We purposely do not provide hanging material so you can choose how to hang your piece in the way you choose. Dropping your artwork may result in permanent damage. All sales final.
Embers Glow Studio is not liable for any damage or injury related to the artwork or being handled incorrectly.