Artwork > Excursion to Frisco (Series)

“The Burning of Carville” watercolor, ink on paper Of all the re-purposed old horse and cable cars to inhabit the wind thrust sand dunes of San Francisco’s barren beach front, the Falcon women’s Bicycling Club hosted the most vibrant soirees.  Carville wa
“The Burning of Carville”
watercolor, ink on paper
2012

Of all the re-purposed old horse and cable cars to inhabit the wind thrust sand dunes of San Francisco’s barren beach front, the Falcon women’s Bicycling Club hosted the most vibrant soirees. Carville was a beachfront community bohemian paradise for artists, beach buzzards, salty drifters and weekend bike riders alike. Until, in 1913, due to mounting pressure from encroaching church going types, the scrambled together unique getaways were blazed up, among July 4th bonfires.