Leading the way in digital water photography and innovation, Zak Noyle has his hands in all sorts of creative projects. From streaming live from the water at Pipeline with his phone, to sharing his expertise as Guest Photo Editor of Freesurf Magazine, we just can’t thank this guy enough for his dedication to the sport of surfing and everything he does to support the up-and-comers. What better way to share the stoke than with an art show! The BeachComber Hotel by Outrigger in Waikiki just hosted a killer exhibit on May 24th on their poolside terrace for an ongoing series they’ve coined TOMA – the Terrace of Modern Art.
“Terrace Of Modern Art was brought to life to provide a quarterly platform for local talent to showcase their artwork in an exhibition style environment and for art-lovers to find new pieces to fall in love with,” Noyle explained on Instagram. “Our program is designed to support emerging and established local artists and features progressive and affordable art inside an inspiring and iconic Waikiki setting. We strive to construct shows that cultivate creativity and promotes originality. This quarterly cultural experience will showcase a wide array of unique art, ranging from paintings and photography to printmaking, illustrations and more.”
Supported by RVCA, Zak Noyle’s show gathered athletes and artists at the Hawaiian Aroma Caffe at the BeachComber to kick off the evening. 4ft by 3ft metal frames displayed his breathtaking work shot at the Banzai Pipeline and beyond. RVCA was kind enough to cover all the printing costs with 100% of art sales donated to the Waikiki Lifeguard Association.