Original artwork description:

Since I lived in Moscow for 5 years, I really like Russian culture and people. Of course, the inevitable tea drinking and samovars as well. The picture was inspired by the Russian photographer artist, Nikolay Dmitruk.

In recent years, I have used OSB as a basis. By retracting the paint layers, I use the texture of the veneer as part of my compositions to create a unique rustic industrial atmosphere. Due to the OSB plate, these artworks are heavy. This is recycled art.
The painting is made with self-made paint, which basically consists of pigments and beeswax. Does not contain oil or other paints.
The procedure itself dates back to antiquity and has been known for thousands of years. Only a few artists around the world work with wax on their own.

This work will be delivered with Care Instruction of my encaustic paintings and a signed certificate of authenticity. Carefully packaged and tracked shipping. I ship this works in cardboard boxes carefully wrapped in bubble foil and protecting the painting with cardboard. If you like my paintings you can have a piece of art for your beloved place.

Thanks for your considering me!


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Materials used:

Pure encaustic, hot wax and pigments on OSB plate

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#textured painting #still life painting #recycled art #encaustic #tea #wax painting #teapot #beeswax and pigment #own technique #osb wood panel wall art #recycled artwork #encaustic figurative painting #russian culture #samovar #matal samovar 
Samovar-blue (hot wax on OSB) (2017)
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by Dora Stork

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Since I lived in Moscow for 5 years, I really like Russian culture and people. Of course, the inevitable tea drinking and samovars as well. The picture was inspired by the Russian photographer artist, Nikolay Dmitruk.

In recent years, I have used OSB as a basis. By retracting the paint layers, I use the texture of the veneer as part of my compositions to create a unique rustic industrial atmosphere. Due to the OSB plate, these artworks are heavy. This is recycled art.
The painting is made with self-made paint, which basically consists of pigments and beeswax. Does not contain oil or other paints.
The procedure itself dates back to antiquity and has been known for thousands of years. Only a few artists around the world work with wax on their own.

This work will be delivered with Care Instruction of my encaustic paintings and a signed certificate of authenticity. Carefully packaged and tracked shipping. I ship this works in cardboard boxes carefully wrapped in bubble foil and protecting the painting with cardboard. If you like my paintings you can have a piece of art for your beloved place.

Thanks for your considering me!


INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING:
Any excess shipping costs will be refunded to you.

If your country is not listed in the shipping tab, please contact me for a quote. Please include your country and postcode /zip code. and I will get right back to you with a quote and options for shipping the painting to you.

CUSTOMS
Local customs duties are the responsibility of the buyer.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Materials used:

Pure encaustic, hot wax and pigments on OSB plate

Tags:
#textured painting #still life painting #recycled art #encaustic #tea #wax painting #teapot #beeswax and pigment #own technique #osb wood panel wall art #recycled artwork #encaustic figurative painting #russian culture #samovar #matal samovar 
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I’ve chosen the ancient technique of hot wax painting as my primary mode of expression. It has fascinating durability, the colours do not fade over time, they retain their vividness, and the surface... Read more

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