Monday, July 23, 2018

Spring 2018 Chalk Art

Spring 2018 Chalk

Didn't do too much with my chalk this spring....
I received the 2018 Community Artist Grant from the GCAC to buy supplies for my chalk art. Thanks so much GCAC for your continued support of my artwork! I purchased a camera and chalk which I'm going to use for my summer and fall chalk art. 

I did a coloring chalk art for Westerville Fourth Friday, a residency in chalk art at Village Academy and a graduation chalk art for my nephew all in May.

Westerville Fourth Friday






 Village Academy Residency






 Hunter's Graduation






Sunday, November 12, 2017

Trick or Treat 2017

Halloween/Trick or Treat

Oct. 31, 2017

Last chalk art for the season. I did a Halloween surprise for the Trick or Treaters in my driveway this year. It was a cold day but I completed the chalk in record time, maybe because it was cold and I wanted to get finished. To save time, I decided to paint on the chalk. I crushed the chalk and then adding water. It even held up after the rain the next day!

 This is the finished product. Came out pretty good! Although difficult to photograph.

 Working on the




All finished!

After rain the next day. Still looks pretty good!

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Light the Night 2017

Light the Night

Lukemia and Lumphoma Society Event

Friday October 27, 2017

I worked with 3 other artists to complete 4 chalk art pieces for this event. It was an exciting day of working with other talented artists: Sheryl, Jan, and Hilary. The artwork was to be in four spaces on either side of a huge blown up arch.
We arrived at 10am and waited and waited for the Arch to arrive. When it finally arrived at about 11:30 and they tried to put it up, it was so windy that they couldn't keep the arch in place. So we just measured it and then they took it down until later. It wasn't until about 12:00 that we got started. Then it took us about an hour to tape and grid the artwork, so it wasn't until about 1:00 when we actually started chalking!
We split the work up. Jan and Hillary did the lettering and Sheryl and I did the images. We worked well together. It was so windy! We were constantly chasing our supplies and the chalk kept blowing off as soon as we put it down. But we got all four artworks done just in time for the start of the event to start at 5pm! What a day! 
It was really great to work with the other artists! I learned so much from all of them! Even though it was stressful, we stayed in good spirits throughout and had a great result in the end!

 Our group Hilary, Jan, Sheryl and Me before we began!

 Taped, gridded and ready to go!


  The beginning of my first artwork with Hilary working in the background.

My first artwork finished, but the chalk is blowing really badly in the wind!

 Jan and Sheryl working on their first artwork.

 My second artwork finished.

 Hillary working on lettering to go with my second artwork with Sheryl's artwork in the forground.

 Sheryl working on her second artwork.

 Jan finishing the lettering on the top of our artwork.

 Hilary finishing the lettering on the bottom of our artwork.


 Jan finishing the lettering on the top of our artwork.

 Finishing touches!

 Sheryl & Jan's Finished Piece 

 Jan and Ginny's finished piece.

 Hilary and Ginny's finished piece.

 Jan and Sheryl's finished piece.
 With my artworks!

 The gang: Ginny, Sheryl, Jan and Hilary
 The gang: Sheryl, Jan, Ginny and Hilary
 Here they are putting up the arch and stepping on our artwork, I might add!
 It looked great when it was finished!
 One last picture on my way home!