Metals are created under the direction of Jim Rode.
The media ink is embedded in aluminum. The surface will be first buffed and prepared with a base coat of white dye. When ready, the aluminum is then infused with the art, it's archival image dyes and/or inks at about 400º - permanently fusing within the surface of the metal.
After a white glove inspection, the art is mounted on a 2mm styrene surface to prepare it for gallery display. Strong metal rails are added to the styrene back and wired with gallery quality wire with d-rings. It is shipped to you ready to hang. Friday Night Art always brings a high quality finish and mounting for the art you purchase. With Jim's metals at Friday Night Art we avoid the use of sawtooth hangers in favor of a quality D-ring in framed art and Aluminum hanging mechanisms.
Contact Jim for a showing or to acquire the art for your collection.