fuzzycomma

Unique and original resin artwork

Bristol, England On Etsy since 2019

fuzzycomma

Unique and original resin artwork

Bristol, England | 0 Sales

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Alison

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Alison

About fuzzycomma

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On Etsy since 2019

Resin tables, with an eco-twist; geode and astronomy designs.

My little dog, Pip, is the inspiration for my brand name Fuzzy Comma, due to her curled up sleeping position. Pip is a little Jack-Russell cross who we rescued through the Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary.

I started learning about resin when I refurbished my kitchen! I wanted a totally unique and coherent design. This required a very high definition image if it was going to be just one photo. I have always been very interested in astronomy (I'm on the committee of the Bristol Astronomical Society!) so I chose the Carina Nebula for one side and the Whirlpool Galaxy on the other. I coated the images stuck to the worksurfaces and cupboard doors with countertop resin. (If you are based in the UK and are interested in a unique kitchen please get in touch!) This was the start of my resin bug!

Having learned how to manipulate resin, my daughter pointed me towards Mrs Colorberry and her geode tables - go and look her up - her artwork is amazing. She said "You could do that Mum! Would you make me a table?"

So, I tried and I tried and I refined my techniques learning all the time. Freeform geodes and artwork mounted on glass or acrylic (perspex) sheets. I believe I have succeeded in creating some interesting pieces. Long story short - my daughter got her table and I got a new art business!

One of my favourite pieces is a totally personal work - the Saturn table pictured in one of my listings was made for a great friend. Her daughter and husband asked for something unique for her 50th birthday. So I did some research and the angle of the rings and the positions of all the moons are as they were on the day my friend was born. The rings actually go behind Saturn, on the back of the glass, and the design has multiple layers of resin on both the front and back faces of the glass support. It's also big! Over a meter in diameter. It uses acrylic and alcohol inks as well as UV and glow-in-the-dark pigments, real-metal glitter and mica dust gives lustre and iridescence.

I am constantly learning and I practise new techniques all the time. I have branched out into putting my geode, fluid-art and astronomy designs onto some clothing, but the resin tables are where my heart is.

I do take commissions. If you would like a table (or kitchen) of your own design, I am very happy to discuss your requirements/ideas/wishes with you - please get in touch; my email is:
fuzzycomma [!at] gmail.com

For further details of my work please visit my website:
www.fuzzycomma.com

and my Instagram feed :
@fuzzycomma

My designs can also be found on RedBubble and Saatchi Art

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  • Alison Camacho

    Owner

    My hair in the pic is dyed with Toxic UV Crazy Color hair dye. It's not a special effect - my hair really glows in black-light! We decided to decorate our hall and stairs. My husband asked me what colour paint he should buy - I replied "all of them"

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  • Printful

    Latvia

    Printful print and then hand-make to order, my designs on a variety of high quality products.

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