Ventura Harbor Village

2018 Ventura Art & Street Painting Festival

I had a great time at last weekend’s Art & Street Painting Festival in Ventura. This year I chalked a mermaid square.

The ground here is really rough, but it adds character to the chalk.
Another angle of my square.
A Dole Pineapple Whip float from Coastal Cone is always in order at this event!
After a day of chalking, the beach is always my happy place, and it’s right across the street.

Check out my timelapse here:

To see everyone’s else’s chalk squares, click on my blogspot here.


2016 Ventura Street Painting Festival

Had the greatest time chalking at Ventura Harbor Village last week-end. It was a gorgeous day, lovely weather and wonderful people!

Close up of my square at Harbor Village, shout out to my sponsor Police Chief Mike Tracy! 🙂
My finished square. I love Ventura and can’t wait to come back next year.
Harbor Village’s Dole Pineapple Whip Float available at Coastal Cone, just like the one at Disneyland.
Got to chalk next to good friend and artist Marcella Swett this year. She made the lovely portrait on the left.
The best part about the festival is that it is located right across the street from the beach! Took a short break in the water to cool off and enjoy the soothing waves of the ocean.
These are some of the chalkers who chalked at Harbor Village, all proceeds benefit Food Share.

To see the rest of the chalk squares visit my chalk blog here: GirlWithChalk Blogspot.

2015 Ventura Chalk Festival

Had a wonderful week-end at the Chalk Festival at the gorgeous Ventura Harbor Village. If you missed it this year, you should really come to the next year’s event.

2015 Ventura Chalk Festival Grasiela Rodriguez
Day 1 of Chalking


2015 Ventura Chalk Festival Grasiela Rodriguez
Day 2, just about finished


2015 Ventura Chalk Festival Grasiela Rodriguez
Close up of the texture of the sidewalk


2015 Ventura Chalk Festival Grasiela Rodriguez
My masterpiece is finally finished!


2015 Ventura Chalk Festival Grasiela Rodriguez
These are just a handful of the chalkers who participated in this event in support of Food Share and community outreach, thank you to the event organizer Barbara Hinton for an amazing event.


Ventura Breeze
Had to share this because my chalk square was one of the squares that made it on the cover of the Ventura Breeze!

To see the rest of the chalk squares look in my chalk blog here: Girl With Chalk Blogspot