October 22, 2012
Contact: Jamie Ortiz, 858-337-7466
SAN DIEGO, October 22, 2012––Award-winning photographer and designer, Myles McGuinness, will showcase his limited edition wood prints at the premier opening of Surface Art and Culture on Saturday, November 3.
The free event in downtown Oceanside will feature pieces from Myles’ photography that has been published and internationally recognized by the American Advertising Federation, California Surf Museum, National Geographic and exhibited in the U.S., Brazil, France and Italy.
Myles captures many of his images while swimming with his water housing both locally and from his travels around the world, including several shots from the lineup’s along San Diego’s coastline. These fine art prints are one-of-kind because the unique wood grain and color varies from print to print. Each piece of wood is hand selected, carefully matching the grain to the individual image. The wood is Forest Steward Council (FSC) certified and grown in sustainable forests.
Along with original art work, local surf-jazz band, The Red Fox Tails, will entertain guests with live music.
McGuinness grew up across the U.S. and his constant traveling developed his itch for exploration. He holds degrees in photography and graphic design from Savannah College of Art and Design. He currently resides in Oceanside with his wife and two children.
Surface Art and Culture is located at 206 N. Coast Highway #212E (Artist Alley) Oceanside, 92054, and the show will begin at 6 p.m. To view McGuinness’ work, visit www.9Mphoto.com.