Asbury Park Carousel Night, this piece of original artwork by Bill McKim is on sale now.
This fine art print will last generations in your home, and I believe its a unique photo capturing beauty of the Jersey Shore Bill McKim
This gallery wrapped canvas print
Gallery wrap is a method of stretching an artist's canvas so that the canvas wraps around the sides of the frame and is secured to the back of the frame.
Gallery wrap is a very popular way to display art. This print is ready to hang all hardware is attached.No other framing is needed.
About the Carousel
The north side of the boardwalk belonged to the Convention Center. On the south side, bordering the religious community of Ocean Grove, arose several structures designed by New York Beaux-Arts architects Whitney Warren & Charles Wetmore (designers of Grand Central Station) that would define the town’s character: a huge casino and its accompanying arcade boasted an assortment of amusements in its entertainment complex, from rides to concessions to year-round accommodations. Carousel #87 from the Philadelphia Toboggan Company was installed in the ornate Carousel House in 1932 and would run for more than half a century. A true Asbury Park landmark.