My latest project, just completed, was making four paintings for Bel Restaurant, in San Francisco. Bel's specialty is Belgian food and drink, and the owners wanted paintings that reflected a range of the compelling parts of the country, and its culture. The largest painting of the four is installed at the front of the restaurant, and depicts the row of Guild Maisons that make up one end of the Grand Place (Grote Markt) in Brussels. Another painting is of a canal in the charming city of Bruges. The peaceful beauty of a country lane in Westmalle, and the impressive copper brew kettles in the Orval Abbey Brewery, were the subjects for my other two paintings. These works are on permanent display at Bel, which is in the Mission in San Francisco.