Here’s the rest of the chalk art I managed to gather at the Festival.
EVER GALVEZ – Fullerton, California USA
JOEL YAU – San Rafael, California, USA
If you visit Joel Yau’s Website you will see he is a very accomplished graphic artist
ERIK GREENAWALT – Irwin, Pennsylvania, USA
Visit Erik Greenawalt on Instagram
JENNIFER CHAPPARO – Hobe Sound, Florida. USA
You can visit Jennifer on LinkedIn
WAYNE & CHERYL RENSHAW – Santa Clara, California. USA
Here is Wayne & Cheryl’s Website
MARLON YANES – Redwood City, California, USA
Marlon can be found on LinkedIn
THE CHALK GUYS – West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
The Chalk Guys are on FaceBook
Pics take by Resa – August 13 & 14, 2016
Also, Angels’ kisses & many Thank You’s to Brian Price & Linda Daniher- Festival Organizers
& big thank you’s to all the Official Sponsors of the first
30 thoughts on “Chalking it Up!”
Hi Resa. They are all amazing. The Dragon, Boy and Open Window appeals to my fantasy ❤ ❤ ❤
Great photos too. I imagine the angel is tricky 🙂
I fell in love with the dragon art! ❤ The angles made for very neat and interesting captures. ❤
These are all amazing! I laughed at the Pokemon Go one 🙂
I thought that one was pretty cute!
The Chalk Guys are much more amazing than what they did, but it did rain the first day of the festival.
Chalk Artists had to put 2 days of art into 1. I think The Chalk Guys went smart! 😀
Love this series! Some creative artworks and artists! 🙂
I’ve always liked art, but since discovering street art, I Love Art!
I love that little girl all squinched up, giggling into her hands. Adorable. Talented artists. What a fun show.
It was so much fun! I have 1 or 2 more posts on it. Might take a break and do a guest post first… maybe!
Fantastic art! Thanks for bringing it to us in your blog and for following my blog. 🙂
All are beautiful
thank you for good sharing
So beautiful! Thank you for your visit, and enjoying the street art as much as I do! Kisses back to you.
oh welcome dear
Stunning! Love the beautiful woman and the giggling girls.
Me too! i love both of those. Who knew chalk could yield such magic in the hand of a mortal!
Yes, and it doesn’t last long too. If only in your photographs 🙂
What fun you must have had, Resa, being amongst these artists. Though, now I’m conscious of ‘your’ art. I’m sure there’d be a mutual appreciation happening were you to show your textile artistry. I wonder if there’s an avenue there somehow?!? Just thinking out loud… but… hmmmm..
Great images. A bit tricky, I’m sure, to get the best angles! 🙂
It’s lots of fun taking pics of art on a sidewalk. The odd perspectives create another art. 😀
Yes… textiles. I’ve been working on a New Art Gown. This one will be able to come off the Judy and go onto a human body. I have a photographer & a model, but will do my normal type Art Gown post first.
And it’s not all in one, it’s done in components that clip together… like pre-fab homes, but a pre-fab Art Gown. It leaves me many options to put together a variety of gowns. 😀
She’s based on Swans, ducks and pigeons, and she’s a stunner!
Aha… A ‘new’ Art Gown…
I’m so looking forward to seeing it; I know it will be spectacular!
When I was a kid we’d chalk up a playstreet with chalk for skating rinks, various games. This stuff is great.
Chalk art is so far away from our high-tech lives. You must have had a great time chalking up the street for games, creating a world for yourselves.
That’s true. For a while our block in the Bronx was designated a play street, closed to cars. It was great. I’m
How do they do that? Everything looks so real. Love the dragon.
Who knew chalk art was so amazing? I’m so impressed with the growing street art community.
Freakin’ amazing – I can’t even work with chalk because the touch gives me the shivers. Weird, I know. Not that I could even do that anyway! Glad you got to see this and share it with us!
Thanks! Who knows what gorgeous street art will befall me next?
Remarkable… I like the 3 D effect over here… seems they are popping out through my screen… sending much love, dear Resa. Happy weekend ahead. Aquileana 😀
A bit late on this, and I agree about the 3D. Well, happy week ahead to you dear Aquileana! xo
Wow. So amazing. I think the dragon is my fav, but I had to look at the pokemon twice. And the couple in the boat, so romantic. They were all great.
Masterful, I can’t believe the detail!