10 ways local artists turned skateboard decks into art
More than 130 hand-painted, collaged and manipulated skateboard decks were auctioned off at The Parliament's annual Decked Out fundraiser Saturday night. Read more about the event here: http://goo.gl/lRc6Gw
'Always Be You'
This piece, created by The Parliament artist Zach Rupert, features a fingerprint design and inspirational saying.
The Snow White Food Chain
This Disney-inspired piece created by Sunshine Art + Design and DECA artist Abigale Wenrich Fortnum was one of several Disney designs auctioned off at #DeckedOut2015.
A branch comes to life
A branch and beehive come to life in this piece by The Parliament artist Autumn Edwards.
It's hard to believe that this wall pond was once a skateboard deck. The piece, created by The Parliament artists Jamie Rae Marsh and Leslie Drinkwater, is made of bark, moss, stones and twigs and includes a live fish in a fish bowl.
Salvaged from a fire
Each of the items that make up this collaged skate deck were salvaged by The Parliament artist Autumn Barnett from a recent apartment fire in Columbia.
Trip Down Philadelphia Street
Recognize this street? Hive Artspace artist Shawn Young replicated a scene from Philadelphia Street in downtown York in this piece. If you look closely, you might see a few animals hidden in the painting.
Flowers and feathers make this skate deck, created by Alchemy of Art artist Sheridan Costa, a work of beauty.
Bacon and Eggs
Hive Artspace artist Jen Crawmer created this piece inspired by skulls and breakfast food.
Wrap some yarn around the pegs and this piece, created by The Parliament artist Samuel Weil, can become anything you want.
It might not look like it, but this beast was created by Hive Artspace artist Mark Broomell using a wooden skate deck.
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