NEW Surfing in Waikiki Crayon Art

Here is the new crayon surf art original I was working on during the Waikiki Wyland gallery surf show March 13-14. I love this piece! I think it's hot because it portrays an era where it all began...right outside of DUKE'S and THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN. Waikiki still has that ambiance of years past where you can take surfing lessons from the Beach Boys, experience a canoe ride or just stroll the beach. On any given night you will hear musicians playing Hawaiian music while talented Hula dancers perform under the stars of beautiful Hawaii!


Surf Show Tonight Wyland WAIKIKI Gallery

Today is Friday the 13th...drop by the Wyland Gallery in Waikiki tonight or Saturday Night for the surf art show! I will be working on a new crayon surf art original of Diamond Head. Hope to see you there!


Haleiwa Art Walk

Aloha! I haven't blogged in awhile, took some time off for the holidays with family, caught up on some surfing and various projects but now it's time to get busy. I've been concentrating on my art, the next step...drop back by for the latest happenings in 2009!

Saturday night was another fun time at the Wyland Gallery Artwalk in Haleiwa. I enjoyed hanging out with my creative artist friends, gallery crew and some of the collectors. Always enjoy getting to know the people who drop by on the last Saturday evening each month. The Haleiwa Gallery is as laid back as the north shore; we had Heather Brown's bulldog puppy on a wild chase with Steve Power's sheltie! There was wine, beer and pupu's (snacks) and everyone had a great time.

Here is a sneek preview of the new art piece I was working on that night. It's a landscape ocean scene of the famous Waimea Bay which is known for its gigantic north shore surf in the winter months. But in the summer time, Waimea Bay is quite the opposite. I should have it completed soon so be sure to check out my website art gallery to view the finished work!