Cadillac Ranch, West of Amarillo, Texas, along Route 66
Route 66 Style Cafe painting, it isn’t complete.
I will try to post the finished product when it is done.
I have been working on a logo for my business. I have created a logo using the Iconic Route 66 Sign, and incorporated it with the artist palette.
I was lucky enough to meet the legendary Route 66 Artist, Bob Waldmire, several times before he passed away.
Bob would always stop at my Mom’s Campground, near Shamrock, Texas. He would leave some of his maps and post cards for my Mom to sell. I have a picture of Bob with my Mom. I had no idea when I met Bob, that I was meeting a man that will go down in Route 66 History. Bob lived and loved Route 66, and it shows in his detailed artwork.
Red, and Yellow, Black, and White, they are precious in his sight. Jesus loves the Caddies of the world.
Actually they have been Pink, and Rainbow Color too.
original colors, quite subdued , nothing brighter than a mint green.
Yellow in support of “LiveStrong” cancer prevention
photos from http://richardbarron.net website
Pink Cadillacs at “Cadillac Ranch” in Amarillo, TX In honor of Brest Cancer awareness, and “Susan G. Komen” Breast Cancer cure drive.
To pay tribute to America’s love affair with automobile and illustrate way it symbolizes our contradictory desires for freedom on one hand; to be rooted in one place. With every red-blooded American in mind, here are cars in rich hemoglobin red.
Rainbow colors, in honor of “Gay Pride”
When one of members of Artist group, ” Ant Farm” who created “Cadillac Ranch” passed away, cars were painted black.