Carmel Dogs

When Bonnie Folster moved to Carmel by the Sea a bit over seven years ago, she started taking photos of the dogs at the beach and then doing paintings. she just kept going. she wanted to be sure to not exclude any of the regulars that she would see most mornings. Normally, when commissioned, these pieces, which are mostly 8×10 paintings or smaller acrylic on canvas (5×7), or colored pencil on archival paper, can “fetch” up to a few hundred dollars. 

Bonnie donated these pieces to Max’s, and asked us to help her reunite them with their owners. Bonnie asks that recipients make a donation to Max’s Helping Paws of whatever amount they feel is appropriate by clicking either the RED or GRAY button below. Once painting is chosen, we will contact you to make arrangements for you to get your artwork.

When Bonnie Folster moved to Carmel by the Sea a bit over seven years ago, she started taking photos of the dogs at the beach and then doing paintings. she just kept going. she wanted to be sure to not exclude any of the regulars that she would see most mornings. Normally, when commissioned, these pieces, which are mostly 8×10 paintings or smaller acrylic on canvas (5×7), or colored pencil on archival paper, can “fetch” up to a few hundred dollars. Bonnie donated these pieces to Max’s, and asked us to help her reunite them with their owners. Bonnie asks that recipients make a donation to Max’s Helping Paws of whatever amount they feel is appropriate by clicking either the RED or GRAY button below. 

Once painting is chosen, we will contact you to arrange for pick up at Max’s Helping Paws’ office in Carmel.

When Bonnie Folster moved to Carmel by the Sea a bit over seven years ago, she started taking photos of the dogs at the beach and then doing paintings. she just kept going. she wanted to be sure to not exclude any of the regulars that she would see most mornings. Normally, when commissioned, these pieces, which are mostly 8×10 paintings or smaller acrylic on canvas (5×7), or colored pencil on archival paper, can “fetch” up to a few hundred dollars. Bonnie donated these pieces to Max’s, and asked us to help her reunite them with their owners. Bonnie asks that recipients make a donation to Max’s Helping Paws of whatever amount they feel is appropriate by clicking either the RED or GRAY button below. 

Once painting is chosen, we will contact you to arrange for pick up at Max’s Helping Paws’ office in Carmel.

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