• Oil on muslin, mounted on aluminum
  • 16 x 32 in
  • Charlie Hunter
  • Sold

These painting came from a sketching and photography trip on Route 66. The Sedona plain air event had ended and I decided to drive up to Williams and hole up at some 1950's motel, venturing out during the day to draw and take snapshots along the largest intact stretch of 66, the 100-mile stretch in Western Arizona, returning at night to watch UNDERCOVER BOSS on television (I don't have a tv at home, so this constitutes major fun for me). I loved the quiet dignity and faded markings of the garage; stripped of adornment, yet still unmistakably a Phillips 66.

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