Jay Alders interview Surf art Jay Alders speaks to Club Of The Waves about his art, friendship, travels in Brazil and his various charity fundraising work… Jay, thanks for doing this interview and for sharing your work with us. It’s my pleasure Andrew, you’ve been such a big supporter, and I am honored to give…Details
The November 2008 issue of Surfer Magazine features Surfing/Music Legend, Donavon Frankenreiter as Guest Editor. This is proudly a “Lets Get Weird” Issue and we wouldn’t expect less from our friend Donavon. “Donavon called me up to tell me about a vision he had for his Issue of Surfer Magazine. He continued to describe an…Details
Ocean City, NJ – I donated multiple prints to help raise money to help cure Amyloidosis. Special Guests, Surf Pros: Bethany Hamilton and Dean Randazzo.
While our talented Hawaiian friend Paula Fuga was staying with us in New Jersey she graced us with her beautiful voice on more than one occassion. Here’s a couple of the video clips we took of her performing to my friends and family. It was a beautiful evening together . Amongst our guests that night…Details
June 5th 2008 —The shores of New Jersey experienced an eventlike no other. Almost 600 people came out to support Zimzala ‘08, a unique Art, Music and Humanitarian event with over $13,000 raised to benefit Surf Aid International. Zimzala was Founded and Co-Hosted by: Jay Alders Fine Art and Photography, Okoto Apparel and Sun Dream Productions. East Coast performers and friendsShoreline kicked…Details
Published March/April 2008 “Line Up Magazine published a seven page spread covering my trip to Brazil with ALO, Donavon Frankereiter, Matt Costa, G Love, Sean Davey,Sunny Aberton,Céline Chat,Surfer Magazine, Billabong and others in November 2007. I wrote this article and shot the photos… this is my first hand account of the 11 day event that…Details
BELMAR — Jay Alders first picked up a crayon when he was young and has colored his way into a successful career. Alders, 35, grew up in Howell and said he has been drawing since he was almost three years old. He started with crayons, pencils and sand, he said. “Anything I could…Details
Today would have been my Maternal Grandmother’s Birthday (or “Nanny” as we affectionately called her). How old she would have been is still a mystery, because even til the day of her passing in January 2005, she still lied about her age. She was a special lady whom was an integral part of my upbringing…Details
Today would have been my Papa’s (My Maternal Grandfather, Sol Segal) Birthday. My toddler pronounciation skills couldn’t say Papa, so I said “Popper” and it stuck. My Papa was an amazing Grandfather to my brother Eric and I. He played games with us, supported our interests and hobbies and told us stories.My Nanny and Papa…Details
On this past Wednesday, I went to NYC for an appointment and left extra early so I could go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of my favorite places in New York It’s important for me as an artist to constantly be on a path of curiosity and inspiration. My day’s journey led me…Details
It was a beautiful day today..Sunny and crisp air. I hung out with my Mom and her doggies at the park near the river…played guitar a bit.. I just got back from the beach…I was reading a book on Mind-Body Connection which touched a bit on Quanum Physics…The book has some excercises in it to…Details
March 2004 – Penthouse Magazine features Seed Skateboard designs by fine artist Jay Alders.
January 17 2008 – Highline Ballroom. NYC. Jay and good friends at Okoto Clothing will be sponsoring and attending the “Rock and Wrap It Up™” Benefit Concert and Auction featuring performances by ALO and Jackie Greene. Jay is donating 18 prints and posters to help raise money to fight Poverty. See pics here.