Rost Mega Platte Drawing by Dilip Silva

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Drawing: Ink, Pastel on Canvas, Iron.

Drawing: Ink, Pastel, Acrylic and Metal on Iron and Plastic.

Abstract painting with rust emerges out of a chemical process. Iron becomes rusty due to acid corrosion or oxygen corrosion. The rust process is accelerated by salts, as these significantly increase the conductivity of water. Making these pictures is a complicated process.
Such an abstract painting in this technique is a true masterpiece that you can easily buy one. Simple and abstract is the motto of this collection. All rust paintings are unique.
This abstract mural also looks great in restaurants and cafes where simplicity on the walls is in demand.
An abstract painting with rust lasts 6 weeks until completion. Each layer has to rust first and because my abstract rust images are multi-layered, it takes a correspondingly long time. Of course, my rust secret will not be revealed here. This is an absolute artist secret. Rusty paintings are abstract paintings with a fine, porous structure. Rusty art also goes perfectly with black or dark brown artificial leather, which makes an abstract painting a perfect match. Buying an extravagant painting is fun. Of course I have other colors on offer.
METAL POWDER AND GOLDLEAF

Keywords: Golddry, Metallart, Rostoptik, Dessert, Rost, Fantasy

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Art Deco, Abstract Expressionism, Impressionism, Modern

Mediums: Ink, Pastel, Acrylic, Metal

Materials: Iron, Plastic

Prints: Abstract Art Prints, Art Deco Art Prints, Abstract Expressionism Art Prints, Impressionism Art Prints, Modern Art Prints, Ink Art Prints, Pastel Art Prints, Acrylic Art Prints, Metal Art Prints, Iron Art Prints, Plastic Art PrintsDry Dessert


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Rost Mega Platte

Dilip Silva

Germany

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Size: 15.7 W x 15.7 H x 0.2 in

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