Beach Beach Rays bikini board shorts California heal the bay june 9 2012 museum ocean race paddleboard santa monica Santa Monica PaddleBoard Race santa monica pier Santa Monica Pier Aquarium southern california coast surf surfer surfing water
The world famous Santa Monica Pier kicks off the summer of 2012 with the Santa Monica Pier Paddleboard Race & Ocean Festival, featuring ocean swims, SUP and paddleboard races, dory competitions, live music and a surfing, lifeguard and paddleboard "museum for the day."
1. What is your name & when did you start painting? My name is Kevin A Short and I started painting as a kid. I come from a creative family, so painting, drawing, and sculpting was just something we did at our house. 2. Why did you start painting? Growing up a California beach rat, I started seeing Rick Griffin’s art. I’d see his Grateful Dead art on album covers, and then his surf posters on telephone poles. I found myself saying, “I want to do that!” So like a lot of surf kids, I doodled and painted waves. Just in time for high school we picked up and moved to New Mexico. Painting became a way for me to daydream about the beach far away. The big turning point for me came when I saw a John Berkey painting on the cover of a book I was reading. I had an “AH HA” moment and realized I could do that for a living.
12 12 Miles North - The Nick Gabalon Story and Come Hell of High Water California California Heritage Museum Come Gabalon Hell Heritage High Miles movie museum Nick Night Night Sesh North Outdoor Outdoor Surf Movie Night Story surf water ZJ Boarding house
Wondering what to do this Friday night? Grab some friends, a blanket, munchies and head down to the California Heritage Museum lawn in Santa Monica at 7.30pm for Night Sesh brought to you by ZJ Boarding House. Enjoy this a chill outdoor movie night with double features 12 Miles North - The Nick Gabalon Story and Come Hell of High Water. This Friday March 30, 2011
We recently visited the LACMA to see their Pacific Standard Time show. Pacific Standard Time celebrates art in Los Angeles created from 1945 to 1980 and runs until April 2012. We found many pieces of surf and swim wear included in the exhibit at the LACMA include this 1950 polka-dot swimsuit by Cole of California (above) and the 1949 lobster swimsuits by Catalina Sportswear pictured below.