Artist <br>Interview: <br>Brit Kinghorn

Artist
Interview:
Brit Kinghorn

Why do you do what you do? I’ve always had a strong urge to create. Drawing fulfills a hole inside…
Artist<br> Interview: <br>Cherilyn Ramsey

Artist
Interview:
Cherilyn Ramsey

Why do you do what you do? I’ve always had a strong urge to create. Drawing fulfills a hole inside…
Light blue

Light blue

Blue fold-overs are a combination of shape, color, and form that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight. Take the…
Dark tubes of the N.W.

Dark tubes of the N.W.

Clearly, not everyone is inspired by a simple wave drawing. That’s OK. Actually, that’s good. For some of us, it…
Last light

Last light

Pulling in the last possible set is not for everyone. For some, it’s a lot. Surf -or- snow.
Dotted waterscape

Dotted waterscape

Part of a larger concept covering an eco-canvas for a tented event. Quick clips are better than nothing. Il paese…
Our beaches and oceans

Our beaches and oceans

Protecting what we see in our oceans is paramount. It shouldn’t have to be so much work to keep our…
Umoja

Umoja

It means “unity” Umoja may be hard to pronounce, but it’s easy to understand why this festival – a mix…
Salute to Summer

Salute to Summer

Not every image of surf art has to be an epic Drew Brophy mural of surreal blue waves; it can…
Canada: Not Exactly World-Famous for Good Surf and Sandy Beaches.

Canada: Not Exactly World-Famous for Good Surf and Sandy Beaches.

The Pacific Northwest has lush forests, a pristine and jagged coastline, frothy microbrews, music and art-galore. They have it good…

Why do you do what you do?

I’ve always had a strong urge to create. Drawing fulfills a hole inside me that other things in life can not satisfy. I draw things that I am passionate about; things that give me life. The fact that I get to share my passions online with the world is amazing, and drives me to create more. I hope that in sharing my artwork I can give viewers a deeper appreciation for the raw, natural world around us.

How do you work?

Mostly alone, in my studio at home with a massive cup of coffee. Sometimes I venture off to a coffee shop. I am always listening to music or podcasts. And sometimes I play surfing/snowboarding films in the background for inspiration!

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Why do you do what you do?

I’ve always had a strong urge to create. Drawing fulfills a hole inside me that other things in life can not satisfy. I draw things that I am passionate about; things that give me life. The fact that I get to share my passions online with the world is amazing, and drives me to create more. I hope that in sharing my artwork I can give viewers a deeper appreciation for the raw, natural world around us.

 

How do you work?

Mostly alone, in my studio at home with a massive cup of coffee. Sometimes I venture off to a coffee shop. I am always listening to music or podcasts. And sometimes I play surfing/snowboarding films in the background for inspiration!

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Blue fold-overs are a combination of shape, color, and form that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.

Take the moment and make it perfect. It’s already there; you just have to see it. God designed us to be all we can be, and it is our job to do it.

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Clearly, not everyone is inspired by a simple wave drawing. That’s OK. Actually, that’s good. For some of us, it is those simple things that no matter how many times you see them, it still means something. You don’t have to analyze and critique it; you simply need to know if you like it. It’s not complicated. No beard scratching needed. Walah!!

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Pulling in the last possible set is not for everyone. For some, it’s a lot. Surf -or- snow.

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Part of a larger concept covering an eco-canvas for a tented event. Quick clips are better than nothing.

Il paese dang intero. Fatto.

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Protecting what we see in our oceans is paramount. It shouldn’t have to be so much work to keep our beaches and waters clean. Then, there’s everyone else; they just don’t care. Especially, the smokers who toss out there cigarette butts and either simply think they will disappear or are someone else’s problem. Either one of those mindsets is unfortunate for our precious environment and maitaining the beauty of our maritime landscapes.

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It means “unity”

Umoja may be hard to pronounce, but it’s easy to understand why this festival – a mix of music, dance, food and art. This picture doesn’t necessarily represent that but was created in amongst friends and great vibes that inspire.

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Not every image of surf art has to be an epic Drew Brophy mural of surreal blue waves; it can simply be a modest inspiration by pieces of the sun and whatever brings the dream.

That’s it. It doesn’t have to be complicated.

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The Pacific Northwest has lush forests, a pristine and jagged coastline, frothy microbrews, music and art-galore. They have it good and don’t mind sharing. Nice.

Stubbs Island this. Stubbs Island that. Whatever. 3/2’s not going to cut it here.

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Our blog or something like that

Rants and ravings in between sets.
This page highlights some artists we like, things we are thinking about, and other random happenings. Killer artists, killer designs, wave art, board art, surf art, you name it. These are also some of the people we support. We hope you are supporting these people as well. These bloggish peeps don’t have to just be from California, Florida, Hawaii, or British Columbia.
They are from anywhere and everywhere. Our blog is also an expression of our passions, and that passion is an extension of our love for certain people, stokes, stories, and ideas. Please enjoy our mix. The blog is just a tool, so don’t overreact. You know how it works.