There is urban America and rural America. In between is a roadside America. This Route 66 sign on a pole near Weatherford Oklahoma is one of my favorite art pieces. I wanted bold colors because so much of history is seen simply in black and white. It was immediately placed in my Friday Night Art collection. It is on display at the Lift Art Gallery at 801 NW 10th St. in Oklahoma City.
I made this image into a 20x30 ink on metal at $1897. Works well on canvas too for hanging the art in your den or "man cave".
The original work is an 8x12 image on watercolor paper. Signed at $397. Framed at $525. Shipping $65.
This art is created with an ink-emulsion process and baked to a sheet of buffed aluminum at approximately 400º to infuse the art to the metal. The ink-infusion process should last 100 years or more although testing is not sufficient to estimate it's actual lifespan. With care to not display in sunlight, there is little reason to believe it will not last indefinitely. Contact Jim@JimRode.comFridayNightArt.com for acquisition and delivery information.
This metal art was originally captured with an iPhone before the media was converted in an 8-ink process by Jim Rode.