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March 21, 2015
Dane Grady was born and bred on one of the outermost islands in the Hawaiian chain. He was immersed in a surf culture dream life that was filled with unimaginable beauty and adventure. When Dane was 3 years old he was diagnosed with third cranial nerve damage that left him without the use of his right eye. Social life was very hard as a youngster and he sought out creative ways to express himself. Thankfully for us he was inspired by the photography of the late Jon Mozo and thus began his quest to inspire others through his work with his camera. In 2014 Dane won the "People's Choice" award at the prestigious Follow the Light Foundation competition and has begun his full time pursuit of capturing moments that we will all certainly continue to enjoy for years to come. We couldn't be ...
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March 20, 2015
VISSLA PRESENTS A BOARD EXHIBIT FEATURING THE COLLABORATION BETWEEN TRAVIS REYNOLDS AND VISSLA SATURDAY MARCH 28TH 5-9PM FOOD, DRINK, LIVE MUSIC // PALMERA EXPRESS SCREENING INTERVAL GALLERY 412 N EL CAMINO REAL SAN CLEMENTE, CA 92672 flyer_thin
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February 26, 2015
Surfline's Great Breaks are now available for viewing at Interval by appointment only. Please contact us here. Check out the entire catalog of Great Breaks here.  
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February 26, 2015
On August 8th, 2014, from 7 to 10pm, San Clemente, CA’s, newest hotspot for photography, art exhibits and other events, Interval, hosted a packed house for the opening night of Corrupt Hues, defined as “a collection of congruent isolations featuring four artists (Alex Knost, Dane Peterson, Kassia Meador and Dominic Santos) who span the creative process of collage, sculpture and photography.”
Those three specific isolated mediums are “corrupted” and then catalyzed by the end product -- printing -- which curates the trifecta of approaches into one cohesive body of work. Tyler Warren, Luke Davis, Gomez Bueno, Fernando Aguerre, Randy Hild, Barry Haun, Dan Merkel, Rusty and Greg Long and Tom Servais were just a few of the notable luminaries who attended the ...
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