Sunrise Over the Levee - Fine Art Print by JimRode
Sunrise Over the Levee by JimRode at Friday Night Art
FridayNightArt in Harlingen Texas.
In the early morning hours, Sylvia and I traveled North of Harlingen (in the Rio Grande Valley) to explore the endless fields of wind turbines. These "windmills" stretch from the Intercostal Highway to the Gulf of Mexico thirty miles to the east. We ended up on gravel utility roads atop levees amongst hawks, coyotes, and jackrabbits. It's like the last chance for breakfast for everybody before the sun beats down taking the breath out of most living creatures. Despite the wildlife, the dominating presence is the sun. I know why Van Gogh painted it. We are but prisoners on the earth and the Sun is our guard, feeding us energy...saying nothing...willing to kill us if we travel without water.
Capture the sun as it bleaches the grasses. Shot from the levee between the Gulf wind turbines and the intercostal highway. Canvas by JimRode
Sunrise Over the Levee
10x14 in size with a 8x12 image print on acid free (archival) watercolor paper.
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Jim Rode’s travel photography and art is recognized nationwide. FridayNightArt is a listed member of the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC)