Incredible 3D Street Art India

3D Street Art Makes a Heartfelt Mark on India

3D street art in Kolkata, India with Tracy Lee Stum

Incredible! Truly the perfect adjective that springs to mind when summing up the latest art adventure I’ve recently had the good fortune to experience. From across oceans, deserts and mountains, and into the kaleidoscopic sanctum of my mind / heart – India and its people do not disappoint.

Invited back by the US Consulate of India to appear on a second edition of my 2009 3D Street Painting Tour, I was honored to conduct workshops and create exhibition pieces at amazing venues around the country: the renowned Jaipur Literary Festival (where I missed Oprah by days!); the renowned Kolkata Book Fair & Nandan Arts Center, Kolkata; Vellore Institute of Technology’s Riviera

3D Street Painting at Westfield Malls for the Holidays

3d Art LOLiday Westfield Mall

3D Street Painting for the Holidays

If you get to a Westfield Mall this holiday season, you’ll have a good chance of being a part of 3D street painting! I’m excited and pleased to announce my participation in Westfield‘s new ‘Loliday’ promotional campaign. If you shop at one of their locations, you’ll have an opportunity to take a wild sled ride, or play with holiday penguins. I’ve designed for them for shopper fun. They’re set up so you can take photos with your friends, post on Facebook or Twitter and enjoy the

3D Street Painting on the Russian Riviera

Sochi Park 3D Street Painting by Tracy Lee Stum

As part of the 2011 International Investment Forum, I was invited to the beautiful coastal city of Sochi, Russia, on the Black Sea, to create one of my 3D street painting images. Sochi is a lot like Santa Barbara or the Amalfi Coast in Italy – a gorgeous location with lots to do in the sun and sea. If you’re looking for a great vacation get away, this is it. The Sochi Park organization, who is currently constructing a new amusement park which will be opening in conjunction with the 2014 Olympic Games to be held in Sochi, asked for an image that showcased their new rides, the scenery of this lovely city and some of the folk tale characters that are near and dear to the Russian populations’ hearts.  The 3D chalk art image proved to be very popular with the public and local Russian TV had a field day with it. My clients were thrilled with the result, which was the best compliment for me. I suspect we’ll be seeing more 3D street art appearing

3D Street Painting featured at TEDx San Diego: The World in Our Grasp

I am honored and pleased to announce that I will be presenting as part of the TEDx San Diego line-up this December, 2011. I am very excited to bring my 3D street painting story to the stage and share ideas, images and reflections on how this art form has influenced and improved the advancement of creative expression for a wide global audience.
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3D street painting TEDx San Diego

Update on my participation in the TEDx Youth @ San Diego event. Big congrats go to everyone at Canyon Crest Academy for their inspiring and professionally run event – what a magical experience!!!! The students, the faculty, parents, friends, Tedsters, Sharp support team members and TEDx San Diego all deserve big kudos for their hard work. Special thanks go to Kellie, Lesa and Tracy for

3D Street Painting – Colors of Willemstad, Curacao

The Colo3D Street Painting Curacao - Tracy Lee Stumrs of Willemstad is a relatively new event, celebrating it’s 2nd anniversary in 2011. I was invited to attend and create a signature 3D Street Painting to wow the folks of Curacao. My team and I arrived on a Monday and began work on Wednesday. We enjoyed a great day at the beach on Tuesday, soaking up some of the wonderful Caribbean sun and enjoying the warm tropical waters. A great way to get into street painting mode!

3d Chalk Art Heats Up!

Wonder Woman - 3d chalk art - Tracy Lee Stum

3d chalk art melts before your eyes! Freshly back from lovely south Florida where I just participated in the 17th Annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. I’ve been supporting this event for years in response to former festival director Maryanne Webber’s gracious support of my work. With the primary objective of raising funding for scholastic grants to support local aspiring young artists, this non-profit event attracts upwards of 100,000 visitors each year and they certainly know how to put on a quality show!