Rain, Rain, Come Today!

Shades of Blue ©Loralee Chapleau 30 x 24 oil

Shades of Blue
©Loralee Chapleau
30 x 24 oil

Well, the Governor of California declared a drought today. Most of us Californians already know it has been the driest year on record. It is hard to complain on a January day, when the sun is shinning and the temperature is about 70 degrees, but we could really use some rain. Keeping all of this in mind, I decided to hang my rainy day painting “Shades of Blue” at the Bagel Street Cafe in Pleasanton.

Bagel Street Cafe, Pleasanton

Bagel Street Cafe, Pleasanton CA

Bagel Street Cafe is a great little bagel shop with a lot of locations around the Bay Area. They are a very “art friendly” business. Artists from the Pleasanton Art League and the Alamo Danville Artist Society get to hang paintings in their neighborhood locations.

Today, the Pleasanton Art League Circuit hung new paintings at the Pleasanton location. I have two in this exhibit. They will be on display for the next three months. Let’s hope my rainy painting isn’t the only rain we get between now and then.

Rough Waters ©Loralee Chapleau 16 x 20 oil

Rough Waters
©Loralee Chapleau
16 x 20 oil

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