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Mixed Media, Genuine Rust Paint on Canvas


39 x 28 in
99 x 71 cm


Steel Frame


Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)


Gerhard Völkle was born 1953 in Lörrach, Germany and studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Basel, Switzerland. His connection to the Spanish island Lanzarote and fascination with the ubiquitous volcanic rocks has long been reflected in his artworks.

This 44” tall by 32” wide original vertical artwork is wired and ready to hang. It is framed in a steel frame. Price and size include the frame. It is signed by the artist on the front of the painting. Free local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable US and worldwide shipping. A certificate of authenticity is included.

One of Gerhard Völkle's main interests is increasingly sculptural groups and representations of people in paintings and metal sculptures with highly detailed gestures. Using silhouette-like outlines and oxidizing colors, Völkle depicts people in expressive postures and gestures.

His artworks from this series consist of a small steel sculpture with his signature finish and are placed inside a white frame with a glass front. Each one is signed. This artwork is edition 10/99. Due to the unique oxidation that occurs, each sculpture is one-of-a-kind.

The artwork is ready to hang. We include a certificate of authenticity for each artwork.

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Gerhard Völkle

Gerhard Völkle

Gerhard Völkle was born in 1953 in Lörrach, Germany. After completing his studies at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Basel, he studied at the Kunstakademie in Bad Reichenhall. Inspired by the volcanic rocks in the Spanish island of Lanzarote, he began painting with rust. The unpredictability of the oxidation make his work dynamic and allows them to change and evolve overtime.

The connection to the island of Lanzarote and the fascination with the volcanic rock found there, has long been reflected in Völkle’s process. In his most recent works, which are created under the series "Rust traces - Colored Oxidations", he turns his attention more to the colors and the fire spewing from Lanzarote's mountains.

Völkle uses his rust painting technique in both sculptures and on canvas. The employment of rust as a medium allows oxidation to take over each artwork and consequently creates an unpredictable, everchanging surface. Each painting shows dynamic characters in a variety of poses and in various states of movement. The artist uses the absence of detail an unconventional media that is always changing to emphasize silhouetted characters that are also in perpetual motion.

Since 2001 his work has been exhibited in France, Switzerland, and Germany. Notable collectors include New Zealand businesmann Graeme Hart, and actor Jesse Tylor Ferguson. Gerhard Völkle lives and works in Binzen, Germany.

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