Rogue Wave II - Contemporary Surf Art Exhibition

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Rogue Wave II - Contemporary Surf Art Exhibition
Curated by: Anderson Bros.

410 Palm Ave A2
Carpinteria, CA 93013
May 29th, 2010 - August 8th, 2010
Opening: May 29th, 2010 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

santa barbara
Fri - Sun 12 - 5pm and by appointment
mixed-media, installation, graffiti/street-art, conceptual, pop, landscape, figurative, sculpture


Santa Barbara, CA - On Saturday, May 29 from 6-9pm, Anderson ART Collective ( opens Rogue Wave II presenting the contemporary work of an impressive selection of fine artists. The show benefits the Santa Barbara Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation (,  and features the work of Will Adler, Kevin Ancell, Ron Anderson, Jay Kelly, Randy Noborikawa, Paul Roux, Blakeney Sanford, Reynolds Yater and the Anderson Bros. Admission is free and the reception is open to the public. Island Brewery will be offering their signature beers with proceeds going to the non-profit.

"Once again our focus for Rogue Wave II is to showcase contemporary artists that are influenced or inspired by the ocean and surfing while bringing the edgy, rogue-ish energies of the contemporary art world into the realm of surf culture. Case in point is Randy Noborikawa, an artist we are very excited about as he is pushing the boundaries on what is iconically known as 'surf art'," notes Benjamin Anderson, one of the curators of the show.

Highlights of the opening night include music by 'dalai sonido' and the auction of a one-of-a kind Sexy Skull donated by the Anderson Bros ( and signed by surf legends to raise money for the Santa Barbara Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation.

The show runs through August 8 with five percent of art sales and all proceeds from opening night donated to SB Surfrider.

Anderson ART Collective ( is located at 410 Palm Avenue, Loft A2, in Carpinteria, CA in the historic Henry Fish Seed Company building at the entrance to Carpinteria State Beach and is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon until 5pm or by appointment. The gallery features contemporary artwork and is a platform to promote the arts, to protect the environment and to support human rights. For more information go to or call 805.684.8783.