The ink-infused painting below is part of the video linked beneath the church.
The church is the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic church in Harlingen, Texas. Harlingen is near the border in the Rio Grande Valley. Artist Jim Rode captured originally captured in with an iPhone (iPhone art) and converted details with an 8-color ink infusion onto a buffed sheet of aluminum. It is approximately a 20x30 metal at $1897.
Other sizes available including canvas linen versions. (canvas 20x30 version is $987 plus shipping)
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 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.com, at FridayNightArt.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.