Oxid Plastic 14


Sold By: Alicia Torres

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Oxid Plastic 14 is one of the latest pieces made in London in 2020. It presents the characterized oxidation produced by gold leaf and acrylic resin, reinforced with fiberglass and polyester resin in the back, which makes it strong and easy to be hung or put in a plint as a sculpture. His texture and appearance is plastic, and it lets the surface see entirely gold as it was left drying for a reduced time and it didn’t get time to oxidate, getting the wished color of gold on the surface. The shiny gold is combined with the transparent blue and green. His surface is texturized by the wrinkles of the gold solidified with the resin when dried. In the back you can find a hood to hang it in the wall and my signature with the year of production.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 50 × 50 × 50 cm
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  • Store Name: Alicia Torres
  • Vendor: Alicia Torres Simón
  • Address: Flat 2, 141 verney Rd. London
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  • Made in: 2020
  • Frame: Gold leaf, resin and fiberglass
  • Signature by: Alicia Torres
  • Size: 35 x 30 x 25 cm

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