Alex Weinstein is a talented California-based surfer/artist. Shown internationally in galleries, his fine art paintings and sculptures combine a zen-like presence with the deep, dark mysterious sea, and easily go beyond the mere category of surf art. We spoke with Alex to learn more about him and his work. [click to continue]
Australian Katherine Hall is a talented designer/surfer. Her whimsical and flowing illustrations began as an outlet from her usual duties as a brand strategist. With a background in graphic design, surfing became the catalyst to create her blog and wonderful art. We chatted with Katherine to learn more. [click to continue]
Join photographer and gallery owner Seth de Roulet on June 10, 2012 for a one-man show at the Surfbeat Gallerie on Anacapa Street, in Santa Barbara.
Letty Nowak is a talented surfer/artist who creates wall size portraits of some of the biggest names in surfing. Her vibrant portraits of surfers like Skip Frye, George Downing, Joel Tudor and others, cover the walls of select art galleries all over the country. We asked her some questions to learn more. [click to continue]
Trevor Gordon is a talented surfer/artist from Santa Barbara, California. Growing up in the Central Coast, Trevor was influenced by the Curren and Malloy families and developed his own unique style of riding. Trevor is also an avid illustrator and painter. We spoke with Trevor to learn more. [click to continue]
Erik Berg is a talented artist from Santa Barbara, CA and is currently a student at the Art Center College of Design. Involved with art at an early age, Erik finds most of his creative inspiration from surfing culture. We spoke with him to learn more. [click to continue]
Serena Mitnik-Miller is a talented surfer/artist who was raised in Hawaii and now calls Northern California her home. Together with her husband Mason St. Peter, Serena operates The General Store and Two Birds Fly, both of which creates and sells goods related to a coastal lifestyle. [click to continue]
Cher Pendarvis is the living embodiment of more recent surfing history than can be squeezed into one interview. She has shaped boards, foiled fins, competed in the first professional women’s tour and been one of the first surfers to ride a fish. Cher graciously allowed us to talk to her about her life as a surfer and artist. [click to continue]