I hope you enjoy the works of
these world famous artists. The collection of art gathered here cannot
be matched by the Louvre in Paris, the Prado in Madrid, the National
Gallery in London or any other museum. Most of the paintings reflect
the renaissance look, but Dweebo is a little more realist.
Please sit back, raise your stinky hard working feet,
grab a nice cold beer and invite your favorite woman to see
some phat art, all in the comfort of your own home (or office).
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Original Art by Chris Wesley.
Original artwork from Pascal Jean Delorme in France. To check out his
complete sports collection, visit Artsandsports.net.
Jean Jacques Louis Dweebo
This picture tells us a great deal about the life of Mr.
The grey mountains represent his life of solitude. The straight lines
his fear of curves, which may be a result of his bad experience with a
sumo wrestler on his most recent trip to Japan. This is truly one of
life's great mysteries.
PHOTO STOLEN FROM THE PRADO IN MADRID
"Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'"
Gaubig loved to go big, and also to gamble big. The
is a symbol of his desire for wealth, power and gold. The boarder in
is the center and most important part of the painting. Gaubig has
not to reveal the identity of the boarder. It is rumoured that this is
the only public picture of Heather Lee tearing it up on the water. The
hair is a mystery.
"The cottage life"
VanStoke was a crazy guy. He fell in love with the
of Northern Ontatio when apparently visiting his
friends. Upon arrival he sat in the boat while François LeEh
through the air and never wished to return to his koo koo house in
"Life Without Boarding"
Henry's most famous piece just recently sold to an
for 22 million dollars. This piece is so moving. It makes me shiver and
want to blow od shaped chunks whenever I see this earth moving piece
will most definately be remembered as the most famous piece of art of
"Eat Shizz" by Don
This art is depicting a young man out having fun
wakeboarding until his driver pulls him into a rock....he "ATE SHIZZ"
"All About Goin' Huge"
Submitted by...Michael Jordan
The artist was me, Michael Jordan (not the basketball
player) and I ride
with my friends on Lake Allatoona in Georgia just out of Atlanta. I
want to say that the image I created came from a session with Gator and
Byerly on my boat when Team Wake Tech visisted our ski site (the
Water Ski Club) back in 1992.
These two pieces were found in Wakezilla's bathroom.
Although covered with an
unknown white substance, we managed to save the art. Apparently
Wakezilla used to love
sucking on Wakezillette's banana's while sitting by the sea. Often, Big
Rude Raley and Kid KGB would perform stunning and spectacular aerial
stunts for their giant, wet, happy buddies. Although
Wakezilla has huge hands, he shows fine motor skills and precision that
cannot even be copied
by the best computer graphics programs.
Description: Me wakeboarding doing a nuclear glide behind my very nice
pimped out X-2, really sunny day calm water.
Description: Living the wakeboard life. Nice boat, good friends, hot
girls, going huge.
STOLEN FROM THE MUSEE D'ORSAY
This piece is the newest addition to the collection. It
from Andrew Lloyd Weber's personal collection for many pounds. So
the story? Ilost Matisse is a famous French wakeboarder known for his
crazy twisty bread flip. After visualizing and attempting this move for
the first time and landing face first, this is what Matisse saw and
He did two similar paintings. The first one, written in french and thus
having less value read "A merde! Putain, cela m'a fait mal! Mais j'ai
beaucoup de plaisir a l'essayer! Encore, la vache!"
PHOTO STOLEN FROM THE LOUVRE! BUT,
THE LEGEND REMAINS...
Although he invented many things, Leonard was a clumsy
spent all his time in the boat because he was always hurt. He was very
good with his hands. Leonard loved to watch Neil and Al go big in
Leonard just recently passed away after a fatal table tennis accident
If you have a portrait that you think would fit
well in the gallery, please do not hesitate to send it to email@example.com. I'm always looking for art that
will enhance the reputation, atmosphere and collection of art available
for public viewing.