Rietveld Surfboard donated to Surfers Healing – A Foundation for Autism sold to Tim Manning

Both Tims bid on the board and Manning won

Both Tims bid on the board and Manning ( right ) won the auction


Rietveld Board up for auction for Surfer’s Healing for Autism



Hi friends check out my board I donated to the  ( my stepson has Autism so I have personal experience with it ) It is up for auction for a great cause;
Surfers Healing – A Foundation for Autism
Surfers Healing was founded by Israel and Danielle Paskowitz. Their son, Isaiah, was diagnosed with autism at age three. Like many autistic children, he often suffered from sensory overload–simple sensations could overwhelm him. The ocean was the one place where he seemed to find respite. A former competitive surfer, Israel hit upon an idea–with Isaiah on the front of his surfboard, and Israel steering from the back, the two spent the day surfing together. Surfing had a profound impact on Isaiah. Israel and Danielle decided they wanted to share this unique therapy with other autistic children. They began to host day camps at the beach where autistic children and their families could be exposed to a completely new experience of surfing.

Rietveld Art at The LA Auto Show


Hi friends, my art is currently on display and signed art prints for sale at the LA Auto Show this week in the Find Art Gallery booth which will be in the Alcove marked VUHL C-11 just outside the Concourse Hall next to the Austin Martin booth. Drop by and check out my recently finished “Surfite tribute painting dedicated to my hero, the late Great Ed ” Big Daddy ” Roth , prints of it will also be available. Hope to see you there!booth2small

“Surfite” A tribute painting to the late, great Ed ” Big Daddy ” Roth commissioned by the owner and restorer of Surfite; Rick Rawlins and Family



“Surfite” original painting 36″ x 60″ Acrylic on canvas, drawn in pencil and hand painted by Rick Rietveld Fine Art, Illustration and Graphic design The top pic shows the pencil on canvas and painted sky beginning and the finished painting below. — in Newport Beach, California.