Pinballs Waimea painting for the John Kelly Awards by Heather Brown
Classic Black Frame - Waimea waves crash down at the shore, called pinballs by surf artist Heather Brown
Dark Walnut Frame - Waimea waves crash down at the shore, called pinballs by surf artist Heather Brown
Classic White Frame - Painting of waimea bays rolling waves by Heather Brown
Detail – Scoop and Square framing options

Pinballs, Waimea

Regular price $ 680.00

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”I created this piece for the 2014 Surfrider Foundation John Kelly Awards.  The theme for this year's event is sacred places.  I picked Waimea Bay because it is one of my favorites and I wanted to showcase the inside wave called Pinballs to give a different perspective to one of the places I know and love so much."

- H.Brown

Waimea Bay has been featured in The Endless Summer and Riding Giants, and the Pinballs section is characterized by it's four to eight foot waves. In this print, Heather captures the incoming waves against the beautiful background of the Hawaiian sky, complete with palm trees and an inviting beach.

Limited Edition Giclée by North Shore Oahu Surf Artist Heather Brown.  The edition is limited to only 250 pieces with an additional 25 Artist Proofs (SOLD OUT).

All Giclées are printed on certified poly-cotton canvas using archival pigmented inks, gallery wrapped, signed and numbered, and include a certificate of authenticity (COA).

Each artist proof (AP) canvas is hand-highlighted by the artist to add a special luster and texture to the print similar to that on Heather Brown’s original painting.

- Custom frames add dimension to a hanging canvas, making your artwork truly stand out.

We at Heather Brown Art strive to use as much re-purposed and recycled wood as possible in the building of our frames and fashion them to resemble boat wood.

Please note that all framed canvases are available in 3 different colors to fit your needs and the canvas is gallery wrapped before framing!

Tropical Hawaii artist Heather Brown has gained a worldwide reputation for her unique style and depictions of idealistic Hawaiian landscapes including sandy beaches, epic waves, figurative surfers, and exotic tropical flowers.