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Artist
Interview:
Tasha Roth

Why do you do what you do? I am an artist because I believe that images have power. When something…
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Artist
Interview:
Colleen Wilcox

Why do you do what you do? I paint fluid art because I find it to be a very therapeutic…
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Artist
Interview:
Chelsey Foskett

Why do you do what you do? I paint fluid art because I find it to be a very therapeutic…
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Artist
Interview:
Olha Trach

Why do you do what you do? Love. It is both source and the reason. How do you work? Depends…
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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…
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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…
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Light blue

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

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

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

It means “unity” Umoja may be hard to pronounce, but it’s easy to understand why this festival – a mix…
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Why do you do what you do?

I am an artist because I believe that images have power. When something I create brings a feeling, memory, joy or inspiration to someone, it means the world to me. Nothing means more to me as an artist than knowing that I have made some sort of positive impact in someone’s or a community’s life.

What’s your background?

I’ve been doing art my whole life. I was always the kid who carried a sketch book with me whether it was for traveling or I just knew I’d have some down time. I never really thought of art as anything other than a hobby up until recently so I am self taught with a few basic courses from high school. what got me into painting was I actually got sick for a little bit about a year ago and I couldn’t go surfing or do much physical activity and I was going bonkers with boredom. I had some paints lying around and I decided since I couldn’t be in the waves I would try and paint one. I later posted it and I had such positive feedback and I realized how happy my art made people so I decided to keep trying and paint more things I enjoyed and eventually it became a profession.  The world really does work in mysterious ways.

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Why do you do what you do?

I paint fluid art because I find it to be a very therapeutic release, almost meditative. When I get stuck into a painting I’m in a trance, pouring everything I have onto the canvas. It’s also a challenge, I’m constantly progressing and trying new recipes, techniques, seeing what works and understanding the process. I’m always moving forward and trying to be better, if I get stuck doing one thing too much I get bored easily, that’s why my art isn’t just one style.

How do you work?

Well I’m lucky enough to have a large sun lit living room attached to my bedroom which I have converted into an art studio. Which I spend a better part of the day in. It’s filled with an abundance of plants and has all the art supplies I could ever need with a very large table my partner built especially for me to paint on.

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Why do you do what you do?

I paint fluid art because I find it to be a very therapeutic release, almost meditative. When I get stuck into a painting I’m in a trance, pouring everything I have onto the canvas. It’s also a challenge, I’m constantly progressing and trying new recipes, techniques, seeing what works and understanding the process. I’m always moving forward and trying to be better, if I get stuck doing one thing too much I get bored easily, that’s why my art isn’t just one style.

How do you work?

Well I’m lucky enough to have a large sun lit living room attached to my bedroom which I have converted into an art studio. Which I spend a better part of the day in. It’s filled with an abundance of plants and has all the art supplies I could ever need with a very large table my partner built especially for me to paint on.

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Why do you do what you do?

Love. It is both source and the reason.

How do you work?

Depends on whether you mean a commissioned work or a random work I create out of own impulse. End goal of both for me is – inspire enable support in other words SERVE others by reflecting, multiplying , aspiring love and beauty of the world even in sad situations some people may find themselves, or challenging situations – love is everywhere I believe, so is beauty.

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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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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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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.