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Hang 10 Beach way
Surf Town NJ

All wood was salvaged from the destruction left behind by the Sandy Storm on the beaches and boardwalks of the New Jersey coastline. A limited number are available solely using charred sections of the boardwalk and buildings damaged in the 2013 SeaSide boardwalk fire. All works are numbered in series and reflect the area that the wood was salvaged from. Each piece is conversational yet inspirational as this wood has survived to tell a story.

^Sandy Storm Surf Stroll 600^

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 All wood salvaged from the destruction left behind by the Sandy Storm and the ongoing effort to rebuild, as well as the SeaSide boardwalk fire.  All works are one off pieces and are individually numbered.  Each piece has an attached plaque reading Sandy Storm the number in series and New Jersey.  If a piece you like has been SOLD already please contact me, on the contact page, to have another one made in a similar fashion. If you are interested in a commission piece contact me at Coreyhudsonart@gmail.com . If your business, office, brewery, bar or restaurant is looking to stand out, reach out to me for info on my full line of custom salvaged wood and metal signs, featuring your logo. 

^Sandy Storm Surf Stroll 600^

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^Sandy Storm Surf Stroll 600^

800.00 1,400.00

Beautiful large format gallery surfer measuring approximately 23”x26”. This piece spend 2018 in the Monmouth County Historical Society and Museums 5th Anniversary of the Sandy Storm exhibit. Frame wood salvaged from early 1900’s interior plaster lathe wall studs from Belmar. Brighter blue salvaged from Seaside Boardwalks sandcastle shop nearly 2 1/2 years after Sandy. Grey wood is Atlantic City boardwalk decking from north of the old Revel Casino. Stained wood with cut marks is saw horse top off Ortley Beach job site. Plaster lathe is from Christian Brothers retreat in Ocean City and flooring at the top is early 1900’s oak from Belmar. Love this piece, its hanging in my house as you read this…

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