Darletta Horn has provided us with the following infomation about Don
Don B. Williams was a graduate of Humboldt State College. He was a former illustrator, lecturer and teacher. His specialty was watercolor but he was also a lithographer. He reproduced limited editions of his many of his sketches of historic buildings and other subjects along the Central Coast. He established himself as a full time artist in 1970 with the opening of his studio gallery Art Works at 859 Main Street in Morro Bay. You can write to Don: PO Box 119 Morro Bay, Ca. 93443
The Victorian Home of Captain James Cass, built in 1875, this house was the showplace of Cayucos in the 1800's...A limited edition sketch by Don B. Williams.
The picturesque Cayucos Pier-- built about 1874 by Captain Cass. In those early days both steam ships and schooners tied up at his pier
Bishops Peak (an ancient volcano)
1554 feet high near San Luis obispo.
ed. note: Mail Pouch Chewing Tobacco sign on Barn at the foot of the grade going into San Luis Obispo. The barn and milk house are still there. Don Says it is one of the most photographed barns in California
The Woodburner #3 of the "PC" Pacific Coast narrow gauge railway which ran from Avila Beach to Los Olivos via San Luis Obispo, Arroyo Grande, Santa Maria, and Los Alamos
Susan Stienstra sends this gem. She states "On the back of the cardboard inside the frame, is Don's Art Works stamp and an a handwritten note by Don describing the image 1922 Model T Ford on Manuel Rodrigues Farm near Morro Bay, and dated 1978."