Here’s a quick glimpse into chalk process! Not the string grid and the sketchy under-chalking. This provides an ugly but fantastic platform to layer other colors on top of:
This was a chalk performance piece for the Southern Vermont Art Center’s Thriving Spaces show alongside street artists from NYC and the VT Glass Guild! This was a ten-hour blitz…Read More
The Earth on Turtle’s Back, 2015, 20′ x 10′. Completed in nine hours! You can check out the time lapse video here: Turtle’sBack – HD 720p …And here are…Read More
Birdswirl, 2014, chalk and pastel, approx. 39′ x 14′. TIME LAPSE VIDEO: Chalk Fest – Medium 2014 Theme: Extinct & Endangered Species. Here’s the key (that’s 72 different birds!): …Read More
Freedom March, 2013, 35′ x 20′, chalk and tempera, Sarasota Chalk Festival. Here’s a fun angle: …and another: This year’s theme was Legacy of Valor: Honoring Veterans, Inspiring Patriotism, and…Read More
Happy Elephant Calf, 2013, chalk and pastel on parking lot, 15′ x 13′.
After scouring my photo stock and even the internet for good small 3D creatures one might be amused to find at random on the street, I compiled a lengthy list…Read More
Here’s where it all starts: I get my chalk from Eternity Arts. It’s much thicker and brighter than anything else I can find. It’s also expensive, but worth it for…Read More