Wind Turbine from Lyford Levee by JimRode of Friday Night Art
Wind Turbine from Lyford Levee, a vertical ink on canvas by JimRode from FridayNightArt
Friday Night Art at Lyford/Harlingen in the Rio Grande Valley
Wind industry near the Texas Gulf, casting long shadows on God's good earth. This turbine sticks his head into the blue sky, facing the wind defiantly. The ink on canvas wrap brings bold colors to your wall.
Art Details 20x30 Canvas
20x30 vertical using archival inks on museum canvas (with a poly/linen blend for longevity). The canvas is wrapped onto a hardwood frame and comes ready for wall display.
Art Details Fine Art Print
Fine art print with hand-torn edges created in the print factory of FridayNightArt. It is 10x14 in size with a 8x12 image print made with archival inks printed on acid free watercolor paper.
Shipping in the United States includes Artist's Signature, handling, and insurance.
I'm working with applying a wet ink media to watercolor paper. I like watercolor paper because the fiber quality of the paper makes the colors glow. They don't actually "glow", but the imperceptible diffusion of the paper seems to give the inks that effect. Gorgeous.
The prints I make of image on the watercolor paper will be on a Fine Art Paper with hand torn edges for an artistic look and feel.
It will be 10x14 in size with a 8x12 image print. I will sign it. The paper is acid free (archival) watercolor paper. Ask the frame shop to use cotton gloves (most good ones do anyway) so errant fingerprints aren't visible on the image or paper through the act of framing.
Jim Rode’s FridayNightArt is a listed member of the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC)