Hawaii Surf Artist Heather Brown releases 2 brand new limited edition canvasses! October 30 2015, 1 Comment
I hope you all had a great week and are looking forward to an even better weekend!! It has been such a great week here on the North Shore with lots of new swells and beautiful weather!
I am happy to announce that our (Chris and I's) little company, Heather Brown Art, has been chosen to win the Hawai'i based business award for the 2015 John Kelly Awards hosted by The Surfrider Foundation to be held on November 14, 2015 at Waimea Valley. You can find information and tickets for this great event here: 2015 John Kelly Awards by Surfrider Foundation Oahu
We are beyond thrilled to be acknowledged for our efforts in keeping our Hawai'i company earth and ocean friendly. We have worked tirelessly for years to change the business paradigm and prove to ourselves and others that you can run a successful business and be a conscious human being at the same time. Mahalo Surfrider!!
I was also honored to be asked to create the art again for the event. This year's theme is Sacred Places and for this years art I painted a piece of the Moli'i Fishpond located on the East side of Oahu. Moli'i is one of only 4 original fishponds left on Oahu and is thought to be here from the earliest Hawaiian settlements on Oahu. It is such a beautiful and serene area and I am so happy to work with organizations around the World that fight to protect these sacred places for future generations to enjoy.
|Moli'i Fishpond by Hawaii Surf Artist Heather Brown for 2015 John Kelly Awards by Surfrider Foundation|
|Heather Brown paints the iconic Haleiwa Surf N Sea for the 50th Anniversary of the North Shore Oahu Shop|
Mahalo nui loa for your continued support!