ArtSplash, Part II

Meanwhile, back at ArtSplash. . . .

rainbow chalk

Such rich colors. Simple and beautiful.

Most of the chalk paintings were done by one person. . .


but there were also joint efforts by two or more people.

two artists

Some of the artists were younger, like this teen.


The artwork had so much range–from soft monochromatic tones


to vivid brights.

three women

chalk mermaid

Love those saturated colors.


Can you believe the detail in this re-creation of Norman Rockwell’s Girl at Mirror?

Part III on Monday. . . . Great weekend, everyone!


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12 Responses to ArtSplash, Part II

  1. Stefan says:

    Great photography – and amazing street art you captured!

  2. Caroline says:

    Thanks so much for sharing these. I enjoyed them a great deal.
    I was just thinking that one of the hardest thinsg would be to draw like that while people are watching. It would make me so nervous. I’d have a mishap like those with MM and the bottles.

  3. Patti says:

    So gorgeous! Thanks for sharing these.

  4. Cheryl says:

    Spectacular, Carole.

  5. It’s really hard to pick a favorite. They’re all so amazing. How long did it take each artist to complete his/her drawing?

  6. I’m very impressed with the Rockwell one. At first I thought – that looks just like Norman Rockwell! And then … duh.

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