Like vegetables in the dirt, windmills in South Texas are planted near the Gulf of Mexico.
My art piece Windmills: Edge of the Sea was chosen at the Fifth Annual Regional Juried Exhibition at Artspace111 in Fort Worth Texas. (artist Jim Rode) There were over 900 entries.
The juried choices were headed by Christina Rees. Below are here credentials listed at Artspace111.
Christina Rees is the Editor-in-Chief of Glasstire. Prior to joining Glasstire full-time in 2014, Rees served as an editor at both The Met and D Magazine, as a full-time art and music critic at the Dallas Observer, and has also covered art and music for the Village Voice and other publications. Rees lives in Dallas, where she was previously the owner and director of Road Agent gallery and the curator of Fort Worth Contemporary Arts.
This art began with ink emulsions on a sheet of plastic. From there, the plastic was baked onto a sheet of aluminum to infuse the inks into the metal. Although permanent, it is protected with a lacquer coating. The metal art is attached to a board and framed in the rear with an aluminum rectangle so that it can be wired and displayed on the wall.
Windmills: is 20 x 24 inches and can be purchased on metal, ready to display at $1189. Canvas at $679. contact me for acquisition.
Jim shows his art at FridayNightArt and as JimRode.