Sybil Easterday was a sculptress (1876-1960). She was already known as one of the best sculptresses in the world when she moved with her family to Tunitas Creek on the coast side of San Mateo County after the turn of the century. Ms. Easterday was famed for her innovative forms, incredibly lifelike busts, and the ability to shock local society. She lived in seclusion at Tunitas Creek until shortly before her death. The San Mateo County Historical Museum is the repository for many of her works.