Route 66 - Roy's Motel Metal Print
by Mike McGlothlen
Route 66 - Roy's Motel by Mike McGlothlen - 8" x 8"
Route 66 - Roy's Motel metal print by Mike McGlothlen. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.
Roy's Motel is a part of an ongoing series of images, shot over the years along Americas Highway, Route 66. These images were captured with a... more
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Round Beach Towel
Weekender Tote Bag
Portable Battery Charger
Metal Print Tags
Roy's Motel is a part of an ongoing series of images, shot over the years along Americas Highway, Route 66. These images were captured with a variety of cameras and were cropped to a square format with a special classic sepiatone look added to it. the rest of this series can be seen in the Route 66 Gallery.
About Mike McGlothlen
Over the years Mike has dabbled in painting, sculpting & wood working as well as photography. Mike's turning point in his artistic abilities came when he learned how to use the dreaded computer in the mid 80s, then he could combine his love for art with his photographs. Mike's work has won numerous awards as well as being shown all over the country in galleries and museums. Now after 25 years of Commercial Photography in the High Point area, Mike now creates art full time, living just outside of Dunn North Carolina. "Welcome to the world as I see it. To smile, be happy and laugh as much as possible, that's what life should be about. I hope this shows through my work and makes you feel the same way." Mike
Thanks to all for your support of this image, much appreciated!
Congratulations on your sale Mike!
Nice image Mike... Congratulations on your sale!
In the 80's I was heading west along US66 and thought about spending the night here. I did, but during the wee hours of the morning, the longest train in history rolled by at 15mph. I think I might have slept an hour out of the 8 I had allotted.
Mike McGlothlen replied:
Thanks funny, Thanks Jan!