“PERCESSION 2012” painting by Drew Brophy, medium Uni Posca Paint Pens, on a 7’4″single fin retro 1970′s Surfboard shaped by Ron House.
Drew is known for his surfboard paintings, many selling from $6,000 - $14,000 each. This is the first one that he painted all the way around, both sides and the rails.
(Half of the proceeds of this sale will go to SURFAID Surfboard Benefit, which will benefit the people of the Mentawais Island. For more info click on the official website of the Board Art Benefit.
The PERCESSION painting was inspired by Drew's recent trip to Puerto Escondido Mexico where he flew over the Ancient Aztec Pyramids at Teotihuacan in Mexico City. An avid reader and amateur historian, Drew's always been fascinated by ancient history and the talk about the end of the Mayan Calendar.
Drew's Description of the meaning of the painting PERCESSION:
The Percession painating depicts the center of a crumbling Mayan Calendar being overtaken by the roots of the Tree of Life.
A golden snake spirals from the sky, wrapping around the surfboard. This marks the end of days and the return of Quetzalcoatl.
The pyramid on the bottom of the board represents a re-awakening of ancient knowledge. The waves on the top and bottom of the board represent stories of the great flood and Mother Nature’s ability to reclaim the planet.
The balls of energy emanating from the calendar are spheres of light, essentially energy, our life force.
In the final days you will either be doomed to start over, or be transformed with this awakened knowledge.
It begs for an answer to a question: “How have you lived your life?”
If you need more reasons to buy this surfboard, go to SurfAid Board Benefit site for Drew's Post Titled "Why you should buy this Surfboard".
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