Chris Viverito and I created a special board for the 2016 Surfboards on Parade event in Huntington Beach, California. Surfboards on Parade is an event that wishes to eradicate skin cancer and in their inaugural year raised more than $100,000 and we are hoping to raise even more this year! Please check out Surfboards On Parade for more info on this great event.
ALSO!!! If you are unable to make the gala event in Huntington Beach, you still have a chance to bid on any of the 22 awesome boards available, but you need to hurry as bids are being accepted through October 6, 2016 at 9pm PST. This is a great chance to get a super rad art board for your home or office and support a great cause at the same time!
Here is the board that we created for the event. Chris (the captain surfs) shaped this board from 200+ year old reclaimed cedar that he saved from an old building that got taken down in Honolulu so they could make room for another ugly glass high rise. He shaped a "pre-contact" style Alaia surfboard that I then painted using acrylic paints acting more like pigment dyes so you can see the grain of the wood and feel the piece move.
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|Surfboard by Chris Viverito (The Captain Surfs) and Heather Brown for the 2016 Surfboards on Parade|