Photo Gallery from Leucadia Artwalk at Bing Surf Shop

September 07, 2018

Leucadia Artwalk at Bing Surf Shop was kinda going off this year! Bing Surfboards hosted the 'Evolution of the Surfboard' hosted by Scott Bass ( NPR Surf Report Guy and Boardroom Show director ). We had Bahgsu Jewels in the house, and Scott Bass on the mic while Jeff Meyer and Marissa Quinn painted on surfboards that are being raffled off ( you can buy the Marissa Quinn raffle ticket on our site, click here ). As well, we were graced with the artist Andy Davis who painted the south wall of our building! Come by and take some photos in front of the only mural Andy has painted anywhere along the California coast.

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