I had a great time at last weekend’s Art & Street Painting Festival in Ventura. This year I chalked a mermaid square.
Check out my timelapse here:
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to chalk a square at the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts. This was my first time here, it was an amazing art festival. I chalked up some donuts for this event.
Palo Alto timelapse.
I had a blast chalking at this year’s Pasadena Chalk Festival. The weather was overcast this year, which was perfect. I couldn’t have asked for a nicer weekend.
Look at my time-lapse here!
I had a great time participating in the Simi Valley Chalk Fest over the weekend. I created a “Fiesta Mermaid” and made a timelapse with my new GoPro.
This is the time-lapse I made with my new GoPro camera.
To see everyone’s else’s squares, check out my chalk blog here.
Over the weekend I attended Sorensen Library’s “Attack of the Comic Books” event for Free Comic Book Day. I was tasked with participating in a “Diversity” community chalk project with the kids. We chalked on paper and it got kind of messy!
This is a timelapse that I took with my new Hero GoPro camera.
Last Saturday I participated in this year’s Pomona Chalk Festival. The them was “My Favorite Book”. I recently received this wonderful book titled “Latinx Comic Book Storytelling” in the mail from the author Frederick Luis Aldama and it has the cover art of one of my favorite cartoonist of all time, Jaime Hernandez so I decided to chalk it!
This was my first time participating in the San Fernando Day of the Dead Chalk event and it was a lot of fun. The event is quaint and in its 3rd or 4th year. I loved it and can’t wait to do it again next year.
To see the squares of the other chalkers, look on my chalk blog here: girlwithchalk blogspot.
This year I attempted to chalk the Roman Colosseum. I had a great time chalking.
Check out the squares from the other chalkers on my chalk blog here: GirlWithChalk Blogspot.