• Boom Gel Stain


Here at Kym Gow Art, we are a proud Perth supplier of the great new Australian product, Boom Gel Stain. The product has multiple applications such as a wood stain, a pouring paint or even a fabric dye,  just to name a few. It also comes in a huge range of colours, which is why we love it so much. Join us for our Boom Stain Workshop or get in touch to find out more.

Boom Gel Stain is
– Non toxic
– Water based
– Australian made and owned
– Scented
– May be sealed with a water based sealer (test patch recommended)
– May be applied by Hand, Brush, Sponge or Cling Wrap. Each method will achieve a different result.
– Available in a range of 18 colours including 3 metallics. Boom Gels can be mixed with each other to create a custom colour.
– Boom Gel Stain is available in 250ml for $ 19.95 and 1 litre for $ 60. Also offered are Trio packs of 3 x 100ml bottles @ $ 29.95. Each Trio colour combination is set.
– May be applied to a variety of surfaces such as Wood, Glass, Concrete, Painted surfaces (test patch recommended), Terracotta and Fabric.
– May be diluted with water.

Boom Gel Stain can be used as:
As a Wood Stain – Ensure your surface has been sanded. Prior to application ensure your surface is clean, dry and free from any contaminants.
Apply Boom Gel Stain, once dry a second coat can be applied if required. It is recommended that you seal with the “Boom Sealer” which is available in Matt or Gloss, however most water based sealers are suitable. It is recommended to carry out a patch test first.
As a Glaze – Boom Gel Stain can be diluted with water to make a Glaze wash. Prior to application ensure your surface is clean, dry and free from any contaminants. Boom Gel Stain can be diluted by up to 75% or 1 part stain to 3 parts water. If working on a newly painted piece, it is recommended you allow a minimum 24 hours drying time before applying Boom Glaze. Boom Gel Sealer is available in Matt or Gloss.
As a Paint – Boom Gel Stain can be applied to most surfaces and may be diluted if required. Simply pour straight from the bottle onto the piece to be decorated or pour a number of colours into a single cup and pour from the cup after a short figure 8 to combine. A flip cup is also an option where the colours are poured into the plastic cup and the cup if flipped upside down and lifted to allow the product to move across the surface. You can then tilt to allow for coverage.

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Atwell Art Gallery, June 2010

Batavia Furniture – Geraldton 2010

Melville Art Awards, 2011 – Acrylic Seascape presented

Pickled Fig Café Restaurant – Solo Exhibition Sept. 2011

Pickled Fig Café Restaurant – Solo Exhibition Mar. 2012

Melville Art Awards, 2012 – Photography exhibited

Pickled Fig Café Restaurant – Solo Exhibition Oct. 2012

Melville Art Awards 2013 – Oil Seascape exhibited and achieved the Highly Commended award

Pickled Fig Café Restaurant – Solo Exhibition Oct. 2013

Melville Art Awards 2014 – Photography Exhibited

ACAS Awards of Excellence Exhibition – Winner of First Prize in Oils May 2014


Here at Kym Gow Art, we are a supplier of Artisue Creative . We stock and supply Artisue Creative  products as well as running workshops using this fantastic product, please get in touch to find out more.

Artisue Creative provides a wide range of colours to cater to varies styles and schemes. These products have been formulated specifically for the use in Epoxy Resin. The colours are vibrant, bold and have a beautiful depth of colour. The powder pigments are also suitable for pouring mediums such as Liquitex and Gac 100. So whether you are a Resin Artist or a Flow Artist they have a array of colours to suit your needs.


Kym Gow Art is a Perth based supplier of Solid Solutions products. Visit our online store or get in touch to find out more.

Solid Solutions was the first company in Australia with the vision to unify a then scattered array of moulding and casting materials and technologies into a collective, they are now taking that most appropriate collective with them on their next quest into the bold new world of ‘Visual Chemistry’.

Solid Solutions has been carrying out its own research for sometime, along with seeking out product breakthroughs from like minded companies; to form a sea of new creativity potentials. This sea of new potentials is starting to swirl, a place for the more adventurous to draw from, be they Artists, Architects or Artisans.

The quest is on to push the cutting edge, the cutting edge in casting and fabricating materials, new ways to produce tactile surfaces, expand light plays in surface coatings, provide stimuli reactive surface coatings and we expect, to come up with breakthrough visual effects never before seen.

So follow Solid Solutions as they break through the ice to reach new possibilities.