Route 66 is known as the “road to opportunity” linking Chicago to Los Angeles beginning in the mid 1920s. The road functions as a metaphorical bridge, connecting the country socially and culturally. Bringing people to paradisiacal California, Route 66 during that time was considered the route to a better life. Highlighting each of the 20 printmakers style and their take on the shows theme, this exhibition represents the works of the following artists; Fawn Atencio, Mildred Beltre, Laura Berman, Catherine Chauvin, Leslie Friedman, Nabil Gonzalez, Kazuko Goto, Manuel Guerra, Mary Hood, Michael Litzauand, Toni Mosley, Jill McKeown, Althea Murphy-Price, Maria Pujol, Bryan Ritchie, Kimberly Anderson Ritchie, Mark Ritchie, Michelle Rozic, Dani Triay and Chinn Wang.
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