"The Juliart" aka Julia Barton, has been creating beautiful art pieces and projects as a commissioned artist for many years.
We are over the moon with excitement seeing all the amazing projects she creates and shares with us using our epoxy resin.
She spends countless hours creating detailed instructionals for everyone to follow along with. These instructionals can be found on her Instructables site.
You will find over 40 detailed instructional walkthroughs that have garnered nearly 1/4 million views.
Check out the latest creation. I have never seen anything like this. Simply amazing. She created this unique wave with Liquid Diamonds epoxy resin.
The Juliart gives back to her community by hosting workshops at Artful-Elements. They offer a unique facility for workshops, commissioned work, Painting, Pottery, Ceramics, Mold making, Cake Decorating, Epoxy Resin, Dyeing, Sculpting, Casting, Mixed Media and more creative works.
Julia's classes have amazing reviews,
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I absolutely love Julia and her classes. I went in with no artistic ability and came out feeling good about myself and my paintings. Julia encourages creativity and is always there to help. My teenage son loves to go also! I find myself looking forward to the next class and going through art withdrawals between classes. - Melinda F.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Absolute hidden treasure for the Lake Community 😍 WoW!!! Looking forward to many more visits to see the expansion and selection of Fine Art in various mediums and Creative Workshop opportunities. - Kelly D.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Julia (as well as all the instructors here) are not only amazingly talented but very knowledgeable and passionate about sharing their knowledge and inspiring everyone to tap into their given or hidden artistic talents. Their positive attitude is contagious and makes everyone feel welcome, comfortable and special. This is truly a gem for the lake area and I highly recommend everyone to visit or take a class here. Get a group together and they will create a special event for you! - Sandy J.
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