of Ken Turmel, Postmark Artist and Two Lane Highway
Historian, of Oklahoma is on exhibit. Museum archival quality
prints of his pictorial postmarks are available for sale.
The limited edition prints are signed, numbered, and includes
a Certificate of Authenticity and an 18 page booklet. The
process in making his historic piece of work and biography
are found on his web site. http://www.postmarkart.com/
Angeles Photographer Russell Olsen's Exhibit "Along
For The Ride" ~ Remembering Route 66 ~ in black and white
represents many of the great icons along Route 66. Prints
are available for sale, framed and unframed. A new
release "Route 66 Lost and Found" Ruins and Relics Revisited
is also available in the Museum Gift Shop.
New York based Patrick Walsh Photomosaics is
fine art photography, best described as painting with the camera, and influenced by 4th century BC mosaic tile art, using
today's modern camera and film technology. His art work is Limited edition Fine Art Archival Prints on Archival Watercolor
Paper. Our collection of Walsh's work can be viewed at the Route 66 Museum. More information and prints can be found on his
web site. http://www.patrickwalshphotomosaics.com/index.htm
A variety of photographic images by John Nakata
of the San Francisco Bay area are available for sale in archival prints and greeting cards at the Route 66 Museum. He and
his wife Charlene Fischer traveled Route 66 collaborating on their Route 66 web site sharing images and offering tips for
the "Mother Road" travelers. Nakata's Company, Sight & Sound Productions, provides content for print, multi-media, video
and film. http://www.sightandsound.com/route66.html
Blake Shaw is a San Diego-based travel
and sports photographer whose
bold, colorful work has won numerous local and national
awards. Preview his upcoming book on Route 66 by visiting
our exhibition featuring 21 of his photos. His signed prints,
as well as greeting cards, are for sale. More of his photographs
can be viewed at
Artist Pete Morris states "
I have been thinking about painting a series of watercolors
of Route 66 for at least 15 years, but have only begun in
earnest this past year.
I've produced about 20 scenes thus far and am doing one
every couple of weeks. The Mother Road has a strong emotional
appeal to me related to a road trip my family took back
in 1957. It is still vivid in my mind".
Framed watercolors (one of Roy’s in Amboy) may be
viewed and matted prints of several selections are available
for sale at the museum.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 323-256-4654
Pete's web site to view his work