McJerry66 is your online source for information about the creations of noted Route 66 authority and artist Jerry McClanahan.

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WINTER on Jan 02, 2020 at 9:50:05 pm
McJerry's Route 66 Gallery has no set hours. I open it whenever I have visitors. I try to make myself available to open the gallery as much as possible, even during off hours or weekends..IF I am in town...or know that you are coming!

During the May thru September busy travel season I'll usually try to post an OPEN sign, with a note on the door to call me at 405 24oh 7659. I live and work very close by, so it is no problem for me to meet you very quickly...most of the time.

Visitors decrease throughout October. I usually have very few from November thru mid-March (that's when i can paint!).

Please call or text me ahead of time if you want to visit in the off season, and I'll try to be here to meet you. But it is not always possible, especially given the imprecise nature of Route 66 trips! Sometimes i can't wait much past the desired time.

BTW...I TRY to close for lunch! Sometimes its hard to. But I have no employees and I have to eat!

SHIPPING TO OTHER COUNTRIES on Dec 13, 2019 at 5:05:25 pm
Due to Census and customs regulations, I currently can't ship any artwork valued over $2,500 to another country.

Also, it is too expensive to send one or two prints or books overseas. I've gone to the trouble of getting shipping quotes, only to have the persons back out (understandably) after seeing how expensive safe, protected shipping is.

NEW BOOK! on Dec 12, 2018 at 4:12:09 pm

END OF 66 (the western end, that is) on Jul 09, 2018 at 7:50:23 pm
A former "googie" styled diner at the official western terminus (from 1936)of Route 66 in Santa Monica is now reopened under the famous "Mels Diner" name!

This is at the corner of Lincoln and Olympic, which for years did not even have an "END 66" sign.

So now there is something new to enjoy at the formerly unremarkeable official end, before you continue on to end your journey at the Santa Monica Pier, to see the Pacific Ocean and our friends at "66 to Cali" on the pier.

CA DETOUR on May 14, 2018 at 1:24:09 am
Just bumping this long detour back to the top.

West of Needles, you must take I-40 between Fenner EXIT 107(Goffs Rd)and Kelbaker Rd Exit 78. Use Kelbaker Rd to connect between I-40 and Route 66/National Trails Hwy to Amboy.
See maps CA page 2 and CA page 6.

PAINTED DESERT TRADING POST on Apr 08, 2018 at 7:25:47 pm
Here is a link to a press release from one of the 10 members of a group which has banded together to preserve the iconic and currently inacessible Painted Desert Trading Post in eastern AZ. This has long been gated off and is in danger of collapse, so it has not been listed in the EZ 66. But the CO-OP does plan to EVENTUALLY find a way to allow at least limited access.

Whiting Bros on Jun 08, 2017 at 5:38:09 pm
The website hosted by Phil Gordon that has my gallery of Whiting Bros photos has a new address:
and here's Phil's entire site:

UPDATES on Oct 14, 2016 at 1:08:54 pm
be sure to check the UPDATES page for recent news. Also check my "EZ Guide to Route 66" page on facebook.

Links on Apr 12, 2016 at 12:16:52 am
BTW...the links page is a mess. Many are broken and others need to be added. Sorry!

virtual gallery on Apr 07, 2016 at 9:12:03 pm
Want to take a virtual 360 degree tour of my gallery? Go to these links:

these were taken with an amazing camera by Brad Nickson, the president of the Oklahoma Route 66 Association.

Depending on what platform you use to view these, you can use the buttons to spin the image around and up and down, or touch the screen...whichever works.

Of course, nothing beats the real thing, so please drop on by when you can! Check the VISIT ME page for my address and phone. As far as hours, I am usually able to open and visit on very short notice. So call ahead or just drop by and see if I am around!

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