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Slightly Stoopid – Ocean Beach Sign Art Released

New tour poster for Slightly Stoopid  released in January 2017.  Commissioned by the band, this painting is acrylic on canvas and is available in the form of merch, apparel and posters from the band’s site or merch table at shows. The artwork is inspired by the famous welcoming sign in Ocean Beach in San Diego, California near […]

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GrindTV Feature: Collaboration With Sasha DiGiulian

Read the full article on GrindTV by writer: Jon Coen She is an International Federation of Sports Climbing world champ, the first North American woman to climb a French-rated 9a route (equivalent to a 5.14d rating in the U.S.) and also the first woman to free-climb “Magic Mushroom” in Switzerland’s Burmese Alps. She redpointed (free-climbing a route […]

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Limited Edition Release: “Bird Shit Rock” – Slightly Stoopid Art

I am overly grateful to announce that my good friends Slightly Stoopid  gave me their blessing to release a LIMITED EDITION run of prints of “Bird Shit Rock“. I painted this piece for the band for their 2016 San Diego Tour Posters which SOLD OUT in minutes. Since then, the original acrylic painting has been […]

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Print Release: State of Flow – Sasha DiGiulian Inspired Climbing Art

LIMITED EDITION PRINT RELEASE Jay Alders and Sasha DiGiulian are proud to announce the official release of “State of Flow“ a collaboration between two creative minds. Now available are Limited Edition Prints in several sizes. Each print is hand-signed & numbered by Jay Alders with the 16 x 48 inch Canvas also signed by Sasha DiGiulian. This exquisite print is a Museum Quality […]

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Vegan Lifestyle Magazine Feature

In the October 2016 (#33) Issue of Vegan Lifestyle Magazine  is a six page spread featuring artwork and a written piece by Jay Alders and longtime vegan.  The article in full can be read in the issue via iTunes or Google Play. See below for an except of the feature by Alders. By Jay Alders […]

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New Cycling Art Print Release: Mountainside Cruise

A new art release from Jay Alders today as we share with you, “Mountainside Cruise”. This marks Jay Alders’ first cycling genre artwork which was painted as a commissioned piece & sold to a collector in New England who owns several other Alders originals. Alders is releasing a limited run of archival prints as gallery wrapped […]

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Surf Taco in Rutgers Opens…Look What’s On The Walls.

The new Surf Taco at Rutgers opened this past week and my wife and I rolled deep with all 3 kids to congratulate our dear friends on their new spot! This pic above is me and my little baby girl Summer next to Rob Nagel, the founder and Co-Owner along with the Cosmic Minister himself Michael Courtney […]

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Art for Slightly Stoopid’s Fall 2016 Tour

New Tour Poster for Slightly Stoopid’s Fall West Coast 2016 Tour just released by the band to promote their upcoming shows. Featuring the original surf artwork by Jay Alders. It will be available at the band’s merch table at their shows. This piece is inspired by the heavy fall swell that surfers look forward to […]

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Big Red Ball 2016 – Benefiting “Right To Play”

Jay Alders will be live painting at this year’s Big Red Ball 2016 in Manhattan & donating the artwork to the charity RIGHT TO PLAY. World champion rock climber and future olympian Sasha DiGiulian will be in attendance and will be contributing brushstrokes and creativity to this live collaborative art as well. In addition to his […]

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Climb On Little Ones…Climb On

This past weekend we brought the kids over to my local climbing gym, Gravity Vault to celebrate my nieces Mya and Jenna’s 10th Birthday. It also marked my identical son’s turning 17 months old and their first time to the climbing gym and my daughter’s first time in a climbing harness. Seeing my kids and my […]

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Public Speaking to Art and Music Departments at Old Bridge H.S.

I had the honor and pleasure today of public speaking to the art and music departments of Old Bridge High School close to where I grew up in New Jersey. We discussed some of the common struggles of creative people and how to create a mindset to achieve success. I shared my story from childhood through today […]

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Collaboration with Sasha DiGiulian, Rock Climbing World Champ

It’s always a little bit of a mystery when planning a drive to New York from my Jersey shore home town. It’s a short trip being only 50-60 miles away, but with traffic, that normally one hour trip can easily morph into two or three.  As a line of fire engines and emergency vehicles pushed their […]

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