Who am I?
My name is Rengin; and with the help of my fiancé Jay, we started another new business together with ‘ResinByRen’ a small business based in the UK.
How did I get here?
Ever since I can remember I have always loved the arts and indulging into my creativity. I completed my Professional Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Part II) at the Cass, London Metropolitan University and prior to my RIBA Part 1, I gained an additional Bachelors in Interior Architecture & Design with professional experience working on high-end residential design, commercial design, competitions and product design. I also had the privilege to work on humanitarian projects for 3 years, both as a student and research assistant, in a peri-urban settlement in Nepal that was greatly affected by the 2015 earthquake.
Me and my fiancé also run a YouTube channel together. Right now we have about 85,000 subscribers; but decided to take a break from the YouTube life. It wasn’t long after we took a break from YouTube is when I heard about epoxy resin art. What started off as an hobby during the pandemic lockdown playing around with resin to enjoy on my own, quickly turned into something big. Friends and family started asking me to make little pieces and coasters for them; until one of them suggested I open a shop.. so I did!
What we make?
I started off making small pieces trying to perfect my technique. I much prefer making more abstract and vivid colour pieces. Resin truly has a mind of its own, you never know how it will turn out and that’s what I absolutely love, the demould reveal. Once I was comfortable experimenting with different techniques; I started to put together different collections and colour-ways, including our top seller ‘Blossom’ collection. Right now we have multiple collections of handmade coasters, trays, jewellery dishes and keychains on our Etsy shop.
If you want to follow what I’ve made, or interested in any abstract custom pieces; please follow us and get in touch!
In Same Category
Related by Tags
- How To Work With Wood And Epoxy Resin
- How to start your own Epoxy Resin Art business?
- How To Colour Craft Resin Epoxy Resin Art
- How To Coat Artwork In Craft Resin Epoxy Resin
- How to use Craft Resin on a thicker project
- JEMMA FAMILTON, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- Safety precautions when using Craft Resin Epoxy Resin
- DANIELE CICCARESE, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- How to avoid dimples, fish eyes, pin holes and separations in epoxy resin projects
- How to fix small imperfections when using Craft Resin
- SHARON LEGG, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- How to clean up when using Craft Resin
- What temperatures are best when working with Craft Resin?
- KAREN HOOPER, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- What can Craft Resin be used for?
- Joy Maguire, ARTIST FROM THE US
- ALICE BUCKMASTER, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- Eva Miles, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- Kirsty Trathen, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- Tasneem Member, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- Marina Högnert, ARTIST FROM SWEDEN
- Rengin Dogan, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- Shannon Louise Gallon, ARTIST FROM THE UK
- IMAN HARRIS, EPOXY ARTIST FROM US
- Julie White, Artist from the UK
- Donna Green, artist from the UK
- Kat, artist from the UK
- Lily, artist from the UK
- Tabitha Osborne-Fox, artist from the UK
- Philippa, artist from the UK
- Laura Soothill, artist from the UK
- Ren Story, artist from the UK
- Vicky Rayden, artist from the UK
- Dennis, artist from the UK
- Kiri Bedward, artist from the UK
- Vera Schilling, artist from Germany
- Sherry Höhner, artist from Germany
- Alli Wallis, artist from the UK
- Gwen Mckeown, artist from US
- Chloe Turpin & Annabelle Madden, artists from the UK
- Sarah White, artist from the UK
- Annabelle Lloyd, artist from the UK
- Kirsty Janet Mary, artist from the UK
- Jaci Rutter, artist from the UK
- Denice Morris, artist from the UK
- Rachel Jeffery, artist from the UK