Alexis Puleio is an artist from Naples, FL who draws inspiration from the Gulf shore to create stunning ocean resin art.
Alexis is a self-taught, full-time artist who creates her artwork paintings from her in-home studio space. She enjoys trying all mediums, but her aerial seascapes are made by pouring ArtResin tinted with acrylics, inks and mica powders. Alexis hopes the turquoise and blues of the water, the white wave crests and the sandy shoreline "invoke a memory, whether it be of travel, an experience, a summer vacation, or of a special place."
Alexis first discovered resin back in 2012 when she wanted to varnish an oil painting in a way that felt like glass: "It completely changed the course of my artwork. I started experimenting with adding colors and creating landscapes, and before I knew it, I was on a totally new and exciting path."
Alexis' 4.6 foot x 10 foot painting (created for the Naples Airport Authority) greets you as you walk into Naples airport.
"Next, I paint on a foundation layer of acrylic paint, so that I know where I want to pour my colored resin. Once the resin is on, I babysit the piece to pick out or burn off dust. I am not a big fan of dust covers. I want to be able to spot any unwanted marks on my piece, and with a cover, you can't always do that. The dust cover itself can also drop debris into the resin, so I personally feel more comfortable keeping a close eye on my open painting, with a blow torch and toothpick handy. Each piece has 2-3 layers of resin on it, so I sand down the piece between each layer, and start the process again."
To see more of Alexis' work:
Follow her on Instagram: @ampuleio_art
Watch her video: ArtResin Featured Artist - Alexis Puleio
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