Set to open in early 2020, White Dog Cafe, Glen Mills is offering the public the opportunity to immortalize their favorite pup with a personalized painting that will hang in the restaurant.
Artist Jay McClellan is offering 61 custom paintings, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit both Brandywine Valley SPCA and Alpha Bravo Canine, which provides service dogs free of charge to former military with PTSD.
McClellan’s sentimental and decorative works cover the walls at White Dog Cafe Haverford and at White Dog Cafe University City. His paintings juxtapose bold colors with graphic patterns and unique designs.
In addition to the custom painting that will hang at White Dog Glen Mills, McClellan will give those that purchase the paintings the original drawing of the painting (a $250 value) and a small brass plate with the dog’s name and hometown will hang on the wall beside each commissioned work.