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Painting: Oil, Paint, Color on Cardboard.
Industrial landscapes have always fascinated artists. Just like Stone Age rock formations, decaying industrial facilities retain an aura of mystery. Once an industrial facility loses its purpose it becomes a work of art in itself that paradoxically seems to follow the rules aesthetics. The same way cemeteries were a central point focus to the artists of the romantic era, abandoned industrial facilities have become a reason for meditation to the modern artist or thinker. Abandoned industrial places fulfill our need for peace and solitude.
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