These two dog portraits were done through Pets Life Line Sonoma. The owner, Sandy Cole, was kind enough to email the paintings, matted and framed, hanging in her home.
This is Lola. Another portrait for Pets Lifeline Sonoma. For a $20 donation to Pets Lifeline Sonoma, pet owners can received a portrait of their pets through a random artist.
This restaurant located right outside of city limit. Though it doesn’t look much they make the best hamburgers. I love the Americana decor – the flag, the mural with the hunter. At opening around 11 am the owner opened up. Owner, Pietro Fazzari, originally from Italy, put out the American flag and soon afterward there were people coming in for lunch. Plainfield had been here for many years and had catered to a wide range of people….college students, farm worker…and at that day, artists.
Available for purchase in my website.
My book, “Sketching around Davis” is now available for purchase at the Pence Gallery and The Paint Chip. The Pence Gallery is at 212 D Street; The Paint Chip is at 217 F Street.
Also it is available online at Blurb – https://www.blurb.com/b/10241203-sketching-around-davis
Another donated watercolor portrait to Pets Lifeline Sonoma.
Usually the Amtrak Station is full of students and workers going to the Bay Area. But now it sits almost empty, just a few people on and off.
Available for purchase on my website at Daily Paintworks.