There is a country road near the small city of Harlingen in the Texas' Rio Grande Valley. Within this road is a pecan orchard that makes me pause to photograph each year. It takes on a different look each season with variations from morning to night. I photograph it as often as possible and am as drawn to it's looks as Monet was to his water lilies. I have photographed three portrait studies here and all are from the road within 20 feet of the property center. Each image is so different!
Each image was transferred in inks to plastic. Carefully laying the plastic to a sheet of buffed aluminum, each was heated to 400º to fuse the inks into the metal. I epoxied a wall hanger to the back so that each can be displayed with ease. They are available for sale as a set or separately. You can go to FridayNightArt.com to contact me, Jim Rode to inquire of the price. All are currently 20x30 in size (two horizontal and one vertical), but I'm open to working a set on watercolor paper and each framed.