Art Reviews & News
Deb Morris has found a whole new hidden world to investigate, what’s more, one right at her doorstep, that of the micro or mini wave. Deb endeavours to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today. Daily Deb peruses the local beaches in search of waves from 3 cm to epic proportion to capture that perfect moment.
Being a surfer girl originally from a Bondi, Deb has taken her passions for photography and surf culture making it her career. Now residing at Angourie on the far North NSW Coast.
Heather Brown is a full time artist on the North Shore of Oahu. Most of Heather's inspiration comes from her love for the sea, nature, popular surf breaks, and the beauty of the islands. Heather has a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with an emphasis in printmaking.
Q & A with Heather Brown, questions by SurfSister's Kelly Reid.
Rebecca Law was born in Cambridge, New Zealand in 1985, and grew up on the shores of Lake Karapiro, Wake boarding and Wake surfing. Board sports have played a major role in the way she grew up from a young age and have defined big moments in her life. She competed in Snowboarding and Wake boarding through her high school years, then went on to become a snowboard instructor at Mount Hutt. She then coached Wake boarding and drove boats at a private lake in London.
I think what I love about art is that the artist shares their personal perspective on the world, often introducing a new experience or magnifying the obvious. Sarah Lee has a beautiful energy about her photographs that focus on the underwater world.