Welcome to McJerry’s Virtual Route 66 Gallery.

I hope you enjoy perusing this selection of watercolors, oils and pencil artwork. Many of these works are to be found at my gallery in Chandler, Ok, while others are examples of past paintings. Please inquire about purchasing available artwork, or scheduling special commissioned works (great for gifts).

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A Castaneda Farewell
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At the beginning of WW2, an Army Air Corps man says goodbye to his Harvey Girl at famous "The Castaneda" in Las Vegas New Mexico. This new painting had its first (and perhaps only) pubic showing at this former Harvey House on the Santa Fe railroad (now being restored) on August 5, 2016 at their open house. Only 15 of these 14.5 x 16 image size prints were made and signed/numbered at the event. Your16 x 20 mat will allow room at the bottom for the date title, numbering and signature to show.

Price: $150.00 plus shipping (to be determined). mcjerry@attDOTnet. Replace DOT with .
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EZ 66 4th EDITION!
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See the news page for info!

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T shirts honoring the Missouri efforts to relight neon signs on 66 featuring the original Route 66 Character ROOTIE (since 1992) are available at my physical gallery.
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66 GTO at Gary's Gay Parita, MO (print only)
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In 2013, Curtis Gobeli celebrated turning 66 by driving his beautiful 1966 GTO from Minnesota and down the length of 66. He stopped to visit Gary Turner on June 6! He commissioned this watercolor to celebrate the trip and visit. Curt and I met back at Gary's on 5-17-14 and held a party to unveil his painting. Regular non limited 13x19" prints are $40.oo each (plus shipping). 8.5x11 prints are $15.00 each (plus shipping). I will sign these!

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Munger Moss Motel, Lebanon MO on Route 66
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One of the Route's most famed and loved Motels, and home to Bob and Ramona Lehman since 1971 (as reflected on my tribute to them on the 52 Lincoln's liscense plate! Reflected in the long car's black paint are the bowling alley and motel across the street, while the puddles left by the passing storm reflect the Lincoln's wheels.

Price: $6,000 (plus shipping/crating) prints are avalable.
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Rock Cafe, Stroud, OK circa 1952
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18x20 original watercolor of the famed Rock Cafe, with former owners Ed and Alita Smalley posing in front.

Price: $3,500 (plus shipping/crating) prints are available.
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