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Ca'Bianca Ristorante Italiano

I am honored to have been asked by the owners of Ca'Bianca Ristorante Italiano in Santa Rosa, Marco Diana and Karin Hoehne, to hang my paintings in their beautiful restaurant, Ca'Bianca Ristorante Italiano.  It has been located in an historic old home on 2nd Street in Santa Rosa for over 20 years.  Large original oil paintings and wrapped edge canvas Giclées hang for your viewing pleasure and, if you wish, to enhance your home's decor.

In 2013 an art broker approached me about having some of my paintings included in the Permanent Collection of the new Sutter Hospital being built in Santa Rosa. At the time, the new facility was to have 84 single bed patient rooms and would be a state-of-the-art (no pun intended) facility. It has since added 70 additional rooms.

The broker visited my studio and gallery to review my work and selected 17 images she wished to include in the collection. Sixteen images would be Giclée prints in various sizes for a total of 58 pieces. The seventeenth was an original piece entitled, “Tulips.” My pieces hang in the Mountain View Suite of rooms on the second floor. A total of 59 images, including the original piece, adorn the halls, private patient rooms, and a conference room. (During 2021 I saw them all up close and personal when I had a total knee replacement and recuperated for three days on the 2nd floor.)

Twenty-nine Sonoma County artists were included in this Permanent Collection. Needless to say, I am honored to have my work hang with these other 28 artists…many of whom I consider to be close art friends.

The hospital opened in October 2014.

Permanent Collection of Sutter Hospital

Art by Bill Gittins

Permanent Collection of Kaiser Permanente Hospital

An art broker from San Francisco contacted me about having some of my paintings included in the Permanent Collection of Kaiser Hospital in Santa Rosa. "Russian River Hawk" and "Dry Creek Barn" were installed in the new lobby of the main hospital during the Fall of 2018.

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