Commissioned by the N.S.C.L.T. (North Shore Community Land Trust), the painting consists of 8 each stretched oil on canvas panels each 6’ high by 3’ wide. From the same view as “The North Shore Icon”, it was painted as part of the effort to preserve the 1,129 acres hillside that serves as a natural backdrop to surfing’s miracle mile. The N.S.C.L.T. decided that a large, backdrop mural size painting would help “put you there” and thus realize the severity of the situation (see E.I.S. for story). So, this giant fine art painting was created for a major fund raising event at Waimea Valley in which world champion surfers, surfing industry notables, and Jack Johnson and friends performed and raised funds. It was subsequently used at a different event with Pearl Jam (Eddie Vetter). This historic work is available for $100,000 with ½ the amount going to the N.S.C.L.T. effort. Full size reproductions and smaller sizes are also available.