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Blog / News - Tuesday - Sep 27, 2011
Nowak and Davis in the La Jolla studio
Earlier today California artist Andy Davis stopped by the studio to visit with Nowak and to take a look at the progress of the collection, Faces of Surfing.

Blog / News - Monday - Sep 26, 2011
Liz at the 2011 Hurley Pro
Liz has been out in California helping Letty with the logistics for the project. If you would like to join the Faces of Surfing mailing list please send your snail mail and email address to Liz at the .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), for details on the upcoming exhibitions.

Blog / News - Friday - Sep 23, 2011
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Blog / News - Thursday - Sep 22, 2011
Nowak at the 2011 Hurley Pro in San…
Yesterday Nowak attended the 2011 Hurley Pro at iconic surf break, Lower Trestle located in San Clemente, CA. It was a beautiful afternoon at the pictureesque spot as 10th time title holder Kelly Slater beat out finalist Owen Wright in the final minutes. This was Kelly's 48th contest win.

Blog / News - Wednesday - Sep 21, 2011
Nowak at her La Jolla, CA studio
Its time to start a new painting, and it's the legendary George Downing. Nowak took his picture at the 2011 Waterman's Ball, cutting the wood to the stretcher means she gets to start the painting tomorrow.

Blog / News - Monday - Sep 19, 2011
Aamion Goodwin' oil on canvas 68x70
Press from Hurley about the Faces of Surfing collection. Check it out! Here

Blog / News - Monday - Sep 19, 2011
Darden Accepting SIMA’s 2011 Humanitarian…
Nowak at SIMA’s Eighth Annual Liquid…
At last night Eighth Annual Liquid Nation Ball, Shaney Jo was honored as the Humanitarian of the year. Darden is famously known for her amazing work with Breast Cancer awareness, and her ability to broadcast the ever so common issue across borders and more importantly generations. Congrats Shaney Jo on all you amazing work!

Blog / News - Saturday - Sep 17, 2011
The Lucky La Jolla Step
Seven months in La Jolla has proven to be lucky. Not only has the community been extremely supportive, Nowak has also been privileged to attend events such as SIMA’s annual Waterman’s Ball and tonight’s Liquid Nation Ball, which happens to be steps from her studio. Nowak has immersed herself into Southern California’s surfing community which has bolstered the Faces of Surfing project.

Blog / News - Friday - Sep 16, 2011
Nowak and Costanzo at Outeast Gallery…
Nowak painting 'Bob Hurley' at Kai…
Kai Costanzo of Kai Kai Sandals has been a huge supporter. Not only did he donate space as a 2010 Montauk studio for Nowak, he also showed up sporting a Lemonade Stand T-shirt to help pack up the paintings at the Outeast Gallery to ship back to La Jolla. Thank you, Kai.

Photo 1: Nowak and Costanzo at Outeast Gallery in Montauk, NY
Photo 2: Nowak painting 'Bob Hurley' at Kai Kai Sandal's Montauk studio

Blog / News - Thursday - Sep 15, 2011
Monday Letty traveled to Hurley's campus to finalize details for the Faces of Surfing Debut on October 28th, 2011 at TownHall Gallary and 225 Laguna on November 3, 2011. Her meeting proved to be successful with their innovating ideas and support for her project.

Blog / News - Monday - Sep 05, 2011
Bromm and Meris at Windansea outside…
Bromm and Meris viewing 'Drew Kampion'…
Art dealer, Hal Bromm and Donely Meris of New York City visited Letty's La Jolla studio last Thursday to see her new work and space. The trio also spent the evening at Art San Diego's opening night. Bromm has exhibited Nowak's work in his gallery at the corner of West Broadway and Chambers Street in NYC and currently has some of her work on display. Gallery is open by appointment. Call: (212) 732-6196

Photo 1: Bromm and Meris at Windansea outside of the studio
Photo 2: Bromm and Meris viewing 'Drew Kampion' oil on canvas in progress

Blog / News - Thursday - Sep 01, 2011
"Ditch Plains" encaustic 9 x 11 inches…
A few summers ago at Golden Eagle Art Supply in East Hampton, NY, Letty noticed a posting for an encaustic workshop. She immediately signed up for a private lesson. "I was really looking for something to break me out of my comfort zone. I love working with oils, but knew the spontaneity of working with wax would be good for me and my current work. It has pushed me to learn to work faster and open myself up even more to the unknown," says Nowak, "I definitely think my encaustic work has influenced my current Faces." The new encaustics are currently on display at the Outeast Gallery in Montauk, NY.

Photo: "Ditch Plains" encaustic 9 x 11 inches 2011