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Garry Birdsall

Surf Artist

Garry Birdsall

Garry Birdsall was born in Sydney where surfing is a national pastime. He spent all of his leisure time as a youth on the beaches of Sydney. He was one of the pioneers of Malibu surfboard riding, and has participated in numerous Australian and world surfing events. He was the first artist worldwide to do air-brushed paintings on surfboards.

Garry's re-creation of "Surfing in the 60's" is an authentic, historical depiction of surfing scenes of that era.

His surfworks of art are genuine, handmade, limited editions which deserve to grace the walls of the best homes in Australia and worldwide. Each artwork is signed by Garry, and carries a numbered Limited Edition Certificate. Ideal gifts for the surfing enthusiast, young and old, on any occasion.

Surf shops and surf art galleries interested in stocking our products should contact Garry and Maria by email or phone.

Bulli, Australia

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