Shell Cafe - Pismo Beach, CA
Shell Cafe Pismo Beach CA – Kris Doe Established in 1924, the Shell Cafe has evolved through the decades to reflect the changing moods and environment of the classic Central California Coast beach town of Pismo Beach, CA. Shell Cafe Pismo Beach, CA
Original sold • prints available
Philippes Original French Dipped Sandwiches
Philippes Original French Dipped Sandwiches – Kris Doe – Philippe’s has been an iconic Los Angeles landmark restaurant since 1908. Located at it’s present location across from the Union Station since 1951, it’s historic charm and delicious fare beckon back all that have visited before. Merrill Shindler of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner wrote, “. . . Philippe’s is more than food. It’s one of those marvelous phenomenon’s I find myself constantly drawn to in an effort to connect with a bit of L.A.’s too often ignored past. . . What can I say? It’s Philippe’s. It’s the Original–and it always will be.”www.philippes.com
24″x20″ o/c Original available • prints available
Continental Club - Austin TX
Kris Doe- Austin’s legendary Continental Club, home to the best of the best musicians working, yesterday and today. I was happy to pay tribute to this outstanding music venue.
Continental Club, Austin TX
24″ x 18″ o/c Original available – prints available
Classic BBQ in Shell Beach, CA Closed in 2014 but never forgotten by the regulars of the central California coast.
Joes Cafe - Santa Barbara
Joes Cafe – Santa Barbara – Kris Doe There’s just something about stepping into the classic environment of Joes Cafe on south State St. , Santa Barbara. Is it the rich walnut wainscoting and repeating arches that speak of its origins back in 1928 or is it the traditional atmosphere and delicious food and drinks? Either way, it’s always a comforting reminder of Old California when I see that red awning perched above the arched windows and that classic sign with neon Joe smiling down and beckoning us in. Joe’s Cafe, Santa Barbara, CA
18″x24″ oil on canvas Original available • prints available
Gone Fishin' - Mac's Sporting Goods, Bishop, CA
Gone Fishin – Macs Sporting Goods Bishop, CA – Kris Doe – Classic neon signage distinguishes this long-established outlet and supplier for fishing enthusiasts traveling Highway 395 through the Owens valley in pursuit of the wonderful fishing of the eastern Sierra’s many alpine lakes.
Gone Fishin’ – Mac’s Sporting Goods Bishop, CA
Original 24 x 20 oil on canvas available • prints available
The classic Frolic Room on Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 24″ x 18″ o/c
Original sold – prints available
Ernie Jr's Taco House - Old Town Pasadena
Ernie Jr’s Taco House was a long standing institution in Old Town Pasadena, long before it was known as “Old Town”. Ernie’s was a Pasadena favorite and the first restaurant that I ever went to as a kid with my family. For 30 years I frequented this restaurant and almost every time was served by the most gentlemanly of gentleman waiters, Snr. Wadi Chibli. When in 1998 I saw that our beloved Ernie’s was leaving us, I had to capture their iconic sign and facade for those of us who will never forget.
Original sold • prints available
Johnnie's French Dip. Culver City,CA
MO's BBQ Pismo Beach