Video created by Tiffany Campbell.
This video documents the creation of Thomas Campbell’s epic artwork as part of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History’s Work in Progress exhibition. Thomas began his work in December of 2012 and will complete the project in late February of 2013, at which point the work will remain on display at the Museum through March 17, 2013.
The 75 ft long tridimensional mural is the most ambitious work ever produced by the multi talented, Thomas Campbell. An artist who’s work became famous across the Californian, and International surf and skateboard culture.
Bronzes: Watching their sculptor facing a white wall to conquer.
In Motion: the process of art making.
Resting: From the freedom of his art. Like after a ride on a wave, or a jump on a pool.
Picture courtesy of Santa Cruz MAH (Museum Art and Histoire )
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