Endangered species, 1990, 801 Ocean Front Walk (at Park Avenue), from center to right. The top middle portrays the air, the ocean, the beach, oil wells that used to be there, the Pavilion that was torn down during the mural process, the Venice canals that were being threatened to be filled in and some of the birds migrated through the canals. An old man and an old woman representing the elderly, a family representing the families that could no longer afford to live in Venice. The bottom middle portrays a man representing technocrats that were moving into cute, quaint, artsy Venice, sitting on an endangered Ocean Front Walk bench watching TV instead of the sunset, throwing his trash all around. A couple are sunbathing and reading magazines. The black woman in the foreground represents mother earth, for women have suffered most from our greedy society. The top right of the mural portrays the sunset with once endangered pelicans flying through the sky. In the bottom right, the dolphins representing the endangered sea life and a store mannequin wearing expensive clothes with holes in them fashioned by the homeless. In between the sky and the sea are the wheels of the bulldozer(developers) racing through the middle of Venice, ruthless running over everyone and anyone that gets in the way (the hand from underneath the wheels) and spewing money for themselves--- interpretation by artist Emily Winters, fax dated November 12, 2011. "Endangered species; artist Emily Winters, c1990; assisted by Juan Burgeño, Genevieve Cardova, Dimitri Kadiev, Victoria Luhtala Pellikka, Syen Travers, James Winters" and "Sponsored by the Social and Public Art Resource Center, made possible through a contract with the Cultural Affairs Department, City of Los Angeles, Great Walls Unlimited, Neighborhood Pride, 1990"--captions on the mural.