This was my square at this year’s Christmas Chalk Walk in Aliso Viejo.
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.
Had a great time chalking my square at the Sylmar Olive Festival.
To see the rest of the squares, visit my chalk blog here: girlwithchalk blog.
Had the greatest time chalking at Ventura Harbor Village last week-end. It was a gorgeous day, lovely weather and wonderful people!
To see the rest of the chalk squares visit my chalk blog here: GirlWithChalk Blogspot.
This week.end I will be participating in the 24th Annuall Pasadena Chalk Festival. This year I have channeled my inner Van Gogh and painted his portrait for the art auction, if you would like to purchase this painting, it will be for sale at the chalk festival and priced to sell. Hope to see you all there. For more information about the chalk festival, click on the flyer below.
Last week I had the privilege to create a chalk demo at Martin Luther King High School in Riverside, CA for their annual Chalk Day. Basically every year the kids can sign up and the lucky ones who get accepted to participate can spend the day out of their normal class schedule and create a chalk square all day. This is one of the best ways for a High School to incorporate art into their curriculumn and inspire students to become future artists. I had so much fun, I created a chocolate donut.