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“A Quiet Nite at Eat Rite Diner”; The Eat-Rite Diner is a historic landmark on the old Route 66 through St Louis, Missouri. Eat-Rite is unique in St Louis's nocturnal ecosystem. The have been grilling burgers and frying eggs over 85 years in this tiny diner. It's the sole kitchen within a three-mile radius of the Arch that stays open all night and lets you dine in — making it a sort of bottleneck, a place through which the city's night owls must pass to get their after-hours pancakes or omelets.

My goal was to capture the Diner at night when all was quiet inside in contrast with the busy traffic outside.
30x40 Acrylic & Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas.

Materials used:

Oil and Acrylic on Canvas

Quiet Night at Eat-Rite Diner (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Garry McMichael from United States

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