Dogfish Surfboard - Anyone For A Swim?

Claudia Hocking

£800.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 5th March
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    • 15th March
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    • 20th - 22nd March

Credentials

  • Recycled Materials
  • Made in UK
Description

This board can no longer be surfed but has kept its value by becoming an original piece of art.
What to do with damaged surfboards ? I find the shape of a broken nose of a board very similar to that of a fish so it's very natural to blend the 2 elements together creating a piece of artwork that is just that little bit different and modern.
It adds a coastal vibe to your space with a contemporary and fun painted surfboard. An original and unique painting making a visual statement- bold, unique for your walls.
Lightweight and ready to hang either horizontally or vertically.

Need to know

137 x 50 x 3 cm
Mixed media, acrylic and ink on fibreglass surfboard.

Delivery

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 20th - 22nd March

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claudia painting fish in her studio

Claudia Hocking

Downderry, CORNWALL

Fish, surfboard art is a unique and niche concept, a natural progression from painting fish on canvases which were hung alongside display surfboards giving me the idea of combining the 2 together - fish and surfboards.

Cornwall is a county big on surfing so it's easy to get broken boards for me to paint on- the shapes are perfect for depicting a fish's streamlined body or head with the added bonus of stopping the boards going to landfill.