Reynolds – Phoenix customer R and D Design created this ‘Candyland’ with Candy Canes, Lollipops, Hot Cocoa, Gingerbread, Gumdrops and more. (read more)
Reynolds – Phoenix hosted their annual RAM FAN open house event yesterday, welcoming a full house of customers and friends. (read more)
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Phoenix hosted their latest Basics of Mold Making and Casting Seminar on January 30, 2017 to a larger than life audience of 20+ people.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Phoenix had the opportunity of a lifetime… to travel back 2500 years.
Reynolds – Phoenix recently hosted their latest seminar covering the Basics of Lifecasting. More than 20 people attended, anxious to learn the skills behind the lifecasting craft. Patrons were able to watch multiple life casts be performed from start to finish, and were also able to have some hands-on experience with the different materials.
Have you heard of Mr. Stubbs? Mr. Stubbs is a 13-year-old alligator that was born without a tail. He currently lives at the Phoenix Herpetological Society, under the care of Debbie Gibson, Vice President of the non-profit organization.
Reynolds – Phoenix recently hosted their Lifecasting and Skin F/X seminar to a sold-out crowd last week. Attendees were able to not only participate in the demonstrations, but were able to make a lifecast themselves! (read more)
Come to the place that makes our guest feel at home, Reynolds Advanced Materials -Phoenix. Our fantastic Reynolds Phoenix staff hosted a great RAM FAN Event the other night. Our facility was packed full with over 100 guests, where they were able to enjoy NEW product demonstrations, food and some tips and tricks from other guests.
Nicholas Wilson has been a painter, sculptor and printmaker for over 40 years. His main career focus has been on wildlife art, where special emphasis on drawing has opened up numerous opportunities for him. While curator of exhibits at the Arizona -Sonora Desert Museum (1970-72) near Tucson, he developed his talent for expressing his deep love for nature. (read more)
In this gallery, The staff at Reynolds Phoenix shows step by step how they created a faux tree bark cup using Smooth-On‘s new Habitat epoxy putty! (read more)