OHANA museum quality Fine Art Print Art by Drew Brophy. Choose your size.
*Add embellishment if desired. (Embellishment: Drew will hand paint your family name in the bottom of the painting, creating a personal, one-of-a-kind art piece. Please indicate in the COMMENTS when ordering, what name you want painted on it.)
OHANA artwork was originally commissioned by Eddie Vedder for his Ohana Festival posters in 2016, held in Dana Point, CA. He asked Drew to create a piece of art that would be family friendly and have an Ohana feel to it.
Our Fine Art Canvas Prints are the best quality reproductions available. Your print will arrive ready to hang, and signed by Drew.
(Exception for orders to be shipped out of the U.S.A.: your print will be shipped in a tube, to addresses outside of the U.S.)
DREW BROPHY BIO
DREW BROPHY A PROFESSIONAL ARTIST FOR OVER 25 YEARS. SAYS “IT’S MY JOB TO MAKE THINGS LOOK COOL.” USING ART AS THE TOOL TO THE SOUL. MY SOUL IS WITHIN MY ART..
An avid big wave surfer and world traveler, Drew’s career exploded in the late 1990’s when he began painting his edgy artwork onto surfboards. Now his original artwork is collected worldwide and his images are printed on hundreds of items.
An early adopter of standup paddle surfing, Drew helped spread the sport through his adventure travels. He and whitewater expert Seth Warren were the first to standup paddle the entire 225 miles of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
Drew’s love of surfing has led him down a path of studying weather, its effect on waves, and how the sun influences earth. This has all led to a deep interest in physics and how it all interconnects.
Drew has studied physics extensively and it has influenced his artwork. As such, his distinctive art style has evolved to include sacred geometry in an effort to decode the knowledge that ancient civilizations left for us.
Drew wants to share with the world the message that everything is energy and we are all connected. He strives to create art images that help people understand the true meaning of life; that life is meant to be enjoyed.