Born in 1950, to Peter and Charlotte Kitchell, they were architecture students at Harvard, beat and mid-century modern. Two more kids followed me into the family in short order, and another much later. I have early memories of my mom looming raya rugs for us with the layout of our town woven into them so we could drive our little wooden cars around on familiar streets. Dad put together hinged plywood squares that were big and awkward; with them we built forts that would fill the room. When they toppled they were heavy enough to bury us. Dad was still working on the concept. The family moved to San Francisco when dad got a job designing skyscrapers. The city was kid friendly back then, or a least we saw it that way. It was small enough, you could ride a bike from one end of the city to the other and we did with our neighborhood gangs. We hung out in Golden Gate Park, the Presideo, Playland at the beach and the Cliff House, before it burned down. Mom designed and we all worked on building a small vacation house with no electricity 30 miles up the coast from San Francisco. I now know how amazing it was to have grown up with such freedom in that city and beach town. I regret that my kid's generation has lost that freedom.
Modern Abstract Rare Artwork by Artist Peter Kitchell 1985 Published By Editions Limited Exhibition San Francisco Poster Art Print for Nimbus Gallery San Francisco Mixed Emotions Fine Watercolor Painting Prints
Frame Art Print Used in Excellent Condition Some Paper Tear on Back, Minor Scratches on the Frame
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