I donated a photo print to Surfindian’s art show to benefit Japan this weekend in San Diego. My wife Jamie sent one of her monotypes in the middle of teaching our 2 month old son how to rule. Looks like a great show with some really cool artists. We’d love to be there in person, but our hands are a little full. Thanks to Masa and Chris for the invite!
On Saturday, April 2, from 6 p.m.-10 p.m., Surfindian in Pacific Beach, CA will host a special event to benefit earthquake and tsunami-ravaged Japan. The fundraiser will include live and silent auctions, live music from The Red Fox Tails, food, drinks and other surprises. Surfboards, art and other items will be auctioned off from shapers, artists and businesses including: Skip Frye, Michael Miller, Steven Mast, Jim Phillips, Manuel C. Caro, Mike Hynson, Koji Toyoda, Yusuke Hanai, Damian Fulton, Devon Howard, Julie Cox, Skye Walker, Jay Watson, Jamie Watson, Cher Pendarvis, Elise Kirkpatrick, Meegan Feori, Seitaku ”Tak” Aoyama, Susan Wickstrand, Christine Brailsford, Kassia Meador, Tyler Warren, Taylor Dunfee, Sam Cody and many more.
All money raised from the auctions or otherwise donated will be given to the U.S. Japan Council, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Surfindian is a surf shop and gallery located in Pacific Beach, California. Surfindian features art-driven, small batch products that reflect an individualized approach to the art of surfing.
More information can be found at www.surfindian.com