Golden Dreams, Carissa
A four time world champion Carissa was born and raised in Honolulu, her father taught her how to surf at the age of five years old.
Her surfing is powerful, smooth and graceful and from an early age she racked an amazing amount of contest wins, which is no surprise that at the age of 18, she became the youngest surfer to win a world title.
But Carissa is not just known by her for her innovating surfing, she is also known for her work helping younger girls developing their skills and confidence in order to pursue their dreams.
A true role model and ambassador of Aloha in and out of the water.
This piece is part of the exhibit “Golden Dreams” a surfboard installation created to honor and celebrate the first US surfing team to compete in the Olympics.
Each board on this installation represents one of the Olympic colors.
This exhibit will stay at the Outrigger Waikiki hotel until the end of the year, if you decide to purchase this piece, a red dot will be placed next to it and the surfboard will be sent to you on the first week of January 2022.
A 16×20 limited edition print of the five surfboards, will be available on August 6th, a portion of the sales will go to the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation.
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Original art on surfboard, this board has been shaped by Steve Morgan on a polyurethane blank and painted with acrylics and Posca markers underneath the polyester resin that has a gloss polished finish.
70×22″, comes with steel hanging brackets
Although the surfboard shape is meant to be functional, it’s not meant to be surfed on, but to be displayed as an art piece.