Discover the latest wave and ocean paintings, newest landscape originals, and brand new limited editions that are not available at any of our retail gallery locations. Our gallery will also be offering other new products such as custom surfboards, fine art prints on aluminum, T-shirts, and many others that are still being developed. Please stay tuned for further updates and for new paintings fresh off the easel!
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We guarantee that all limited editions and originals purchased from us are created by Ashton Howard. We also guarantee that all limited editions come with a "certificate of authenticity" with Ashton Howard’s official signature. All originals have a "Certificate of estimated value" with Ashton Howard’s official signature. We encourage our customers to order DIRECTLY FROM US so that they are regularly informed of all new art. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at any time!
Thanks and enjoy - AH
Ashton Howard traveled to the small town of Quincy, Florida during the month of January 2013 to complete his latest and largest mural to date. Yes, Quincy! The printing company for Southbound Apparel resides here just a few miles outside of Tallahassee, Florida. The owners of the company were so impressed with Ashton’s work that they commissioned a large scale mural for their newly renovated office space. The mural was painted using acrylic paints, large brushes and rollers, and airbrush for details. Completion time was approximately 30-40 hours.