Sunday, November 28, 2010

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


A watercolor of Belharra...

Sunday, September 26, 2010


My next artshow will be on October 16th! I will be showing some new pieces along with a handfull of extremely talented artists. So come on down and join us for a great night of fun!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Watercolor Portraits

For those who like to get an early start on Christmas shopping, I am offering custom watercolor portraits...painted by me of course. If you are interested, please send me an email for details.

Sunday, August 8, 2010


finished the new address sign of my shop today. Unit B12 woodburning on 1/4" plywood, sealed up with a gloss coat.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

24 hours of watercoloring

Measured out the size of painting that I wanted, taped it off, sketched it out... Put down the base colors. I use the color of the paper for the white in my watercolors.

Finished up the detail and signed it. 24 hours of fun, and it done!

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Monday, July 5, 2010


Black Sea Bass

Pulled out my wood burning tools and started working on this black sea bass piece.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Finished up the Art Studio

Finally brought over the art desks and tools, and put up some shelves for the art supplies!

First drawing session in the new shop to test out the layout of the art studio...yup! Works great!

First set of sketches in the new shop!

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Preston's New Board

Custom 9'4" noserider type of board with a thumb tail...mmmmm...very nice. This is the first prototype for a new model that I am working on with my team rider Preston Crowell. Thanks to Brian Michler from 12th Floor Foam & Glass for doing such a beautiful job on the glassing. Well, time to see how it works!

Custom 5'11" Fisherman for Jeff

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

I caught a Whopper!

I caught this guy surfboard fishing off of my 9'8" Micah Wood noserides insane and helps me catch fish!

The New Shop

I haven't posted anything for quite a while now. I have been busy building out my new shop! Here are some photos from the process. It all started with four walls and one flourescent light... I had some help from a couple wise guys (uncle Sonny and my dad)... I would probably still be figuring out how to frame a wall if it wasn't for them.
Two walls up:

Three walls up!

Time for some drywall...

Kaley stopped by and helped out with the drywall...

Woah! A hall way!

Slowly looking like the shaping room...

Getting the wiring all finished...ZAAAP!

Time to paint...

Here is the mysterious airbox...

air compressor fits in the airbox...

All boarded up and the lid...

And here it is...the mysterious airbox, and it works as a thinking chair!

Made a cool fin clamp that fits in my shaping racks.

A homemade surfboard wall rack!

And I am finished! About three weeks of hard work, and a little elbow grease and now, it's time to shape!