Size: 10.5″ x 17″ Unframed.
Grover, Missouri was just one of the countless small towns dotted along Route 66 that no longer exists. Grover Texaco recalls the days when full-service filling stations were manned by courteous uniformed attendants who pumped your gas, cleaned your windshield and checked your oil. Now deserted, we stand at the entrance to the driveway where we mentally replace the Texaco sign atop its pole that had once been flanked by pumps. Rendered in harmonious shades of red, violet, green, and yellow, the site is unexpectedly clean and tidy, free of broken windows, graffiti and debris. Under the setting sun the Grover Texaco Station stands as a memorial to a bygone era. Masters said of his art, “I am striving to provide you with a pleasurable escape, perhaps remind you of something forgotten and most certainly, convey a sense of beauty.” Mission accomplished.
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