Surfboard Art


In 2012, Greg and I went to Waikiki for a week. This was the view from our hotel room balcony.

Yes. Best. Vacation. Ever.

Although we didn’t surf, there were surfboards everywhere.

For rent

Even at Burger King.

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And in McDonald’s.


We often bought our breakfast at McDonald’s and took it across the street to the beach to eat, because fresh pineapple was on the menu, and I wanted it almost every day. (They also served SPAM, but we did not order it.)

Recently, the good people at sent me an email featuring surfboard-related art. The pictures brought back memories of Hawaii and the wonderful time we had there. So I am sharing some of the beautiful stuff that’s available. Maybe you’ll see something you want. (I do not make any money on this; just sharing the joy.) Click on the link below each picture for more information. These are not actual, usable-in-the-ocean surfboards, but art. Be sure to read the descriptions carefully; some look full-size, but are actually miniature.

Your kid needs a surfboard with his name on it for his room.
Or maybe your family needs one.
Or your business.
Surfer Girl
Or your Surfer Girl.
Beach bums
Or your Beach Bum.
Teal and green.
Monstera leaf
Monstera leaf.
Laser-cut Plumeria.
12 inch resin
12-inch Resin.
Art Print
Art print.
Printable wall art
Printable posters. You download these and print at home, or put on a flash drive and bring to your local print shop.

Which are your favorites? I think the ones I would be most willing to buy are the printable posters, if I can just decide where I want to hang them.

About Andrea R Huelsenbeck

Andrea R Huelsenbeck is a wife, a mother of five and a former elementary general music teacher. A freelance writer in the 1990s, her nonfiction articles and book reviews appeared in Raising Arizona Kids, Christian Library Journal, and other publications. She is currently working on a young adult mystical fantasy novel and a mystery.

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