A Paipo is the most simplified and stripped down form of surf craft that was used by the ancient Hawaiians, usually ridden on the belly and heck of a lot of fun. Think foam belly board but this version is made out of wood, and works with or without a fin. The goal of this workshop is to provide kids with wood and all the supplies to cut and shape a paipo with our assistance, and to open a lasting relationship with the ocean. The wood used in this workshop will be recycled plywood and offcuts from a home being re-built from damages sustained during Hurricane Sandy. The workshop is free for children and teens, but will also be open to families and others if space is available. Please register at: firstname.lastname@example.org
More info on Expo 1 and the VW Dome at
Letterpress and Pochoir, both prints are variable editions of 15.
Printed by Marginal Editions NY, NY in late 2012. See them this weekend at the Editions / Artists Book Fair
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I am excited to be showing 16 paintings in Hidden In Plain Sight that runs through August 3, 2012, at numberthrityfive Gallery.
141 Attorney Street (Stanton)
New York, NY 10002
Curated by David Andrew Frey.