All the Restaurants of Napa Valley – John Donohue
From August 6 through October 2 in the History Gallery, a display of the distinctive sketches of the artist John Donohue.
(featured image: Mustards Grill, Yountville by John Donohue)
A Delicious Visual Journey Through Napa Valley’s Culinary Landscape.
Don’t miss Jess Lander’s Feature on “All the Restaurants of Napa Valley” in the 8/3/22 San Francisco Chronicle!
See the collected works John Donohue created in the Napa Valley on display, and purchase prints to celebrate your own memories of great nights of fine dining, Napa Style. A portion of proceeds of print sales and auctioned works has been generously donated by the artist to benefit the Museum’s arts education programs. View and purchase Napa Valley images here: All the Restaurants of Napa Valley
About John Donohue
John Donohue began creating whimsical drawings of New York City restaurant facades in 2017. Since then, he has completed hundreds of illustrations, many of them posted on his website: alltherestaurants.com. He has also penned two books collecting images of his works: All The Restaurants in New York City (Abrams, 2019) and A Table in Paris (Abrams, 2021). HIs first book Man with a Pan was a New York Times bestseller, in 2011. He lives with his family in Brooklyn and draws at least twice a day.
Special thanks to Janet Herrero, Visit Napa Valley and the Yountville Chamber of Commerce for their generous support of this exhibition.
All images printed with exceptional care by the exhibition print team at Skink Ink, NYC