Ole! Just arrived home from beautiful Pamplona, Spain where I was commissioned to create a holiday marketing 3d street painting for a national bank, specifically their bank card services. Our site was situated adjacent to the famous Plaza de Torros, where the Running of the Bulls takes place annually. Pamplona is a beautiful city that sits atop a hill over looking the valleys below. Charming cafes, churches, shops and bar/restaurants keep the city pulsing with life and activity.
Another off the wall, well, on the floor, project of a different kind: make a 3D street painting permanent on a well trafficked section of pavement used by skateboarders.
It was going to be Halloween weekend. Add a street painting festival to the equation and what do you get? Spirited artists, incredible street paintings and a whole lot of fun!
I was graciously invited to Sugarland, Texas in October to participate in a unique experience – 3d chalk art for the home! I was asked by event organizer, Christen Johnson, to create a permanent installation in a luxury residence at Riverstone, as part of the Grand Soiree fundraiser series of artist featured events sponsored by the Johnson Development Corp. After 3 days of painting and chalking on site, the home was opened to the public, with an overwhelming response, for a ‘meet and greet’ with yours truly as well as photo opportunities
Cars, racing, art, Tracy – word play synonymous with 3D street painting at the premier event of the F1 2010 racing circuit – the Singapore Grand Prix! What an amazing experience for me personally as this was my very first F1 race event and boy, did it ever live up to expectations!
Let’s talk about this sport culture for just a moment. F1 attracts the brightest and best in racing, with a worldwide audience of just about 600 million fans. That number indicates there’s got to be something to this sport & I know what it is: the cars. These cars are sexy. Period. Louder than a screaming 747, faster than a speeding bullet and hotter than Angelina Jolie on her best day!
3D Street Painting with Sony Style
AXN – Asia network channel: ‘Sony Style’ magazine aired presenting an episode dedicated to all things hip and happening in the fabulous world of 3d film, art and culture. I’m pleased to announce that my work will be featured via a 3d street painting I created just for this episode. I had about 7 hours to create the work, sized 8′ x 17′, which was completed on
CA Technologies and Tracy Lee Stum at VM World Expo Just returned from glorious San Francisco where I created a series of two 3d chalk art paintings for CA Technologies at the VM World 2010 Expo. The show was held at the Moscone Center, notorious for it’s challenging working surfaces to we 3d street painters.…
“Bad news travels fast. Good news takes the scenic route.” – Doug Larson I can’t imagine a more scenic route: I’m delighted to announce that I’ve been included in ‘American Lifestyle’ magazine‘s Sept/Oct issue. Check out the ‘latest issue’ download on their home page for the full scoop! Gratitude to the entire editorial team for…
After my visit to Hong Kong, I decided to make a trip over to beautiful Japan to check out Kyoto and visit some good friends down in Toba, where I had done some 3d street painting back in 2004 as part of a Santa Barbara Sister City project. My dear friend Mitsuko Yamamoto had extended an invitation to visit with her family along with providing a 3D workshop for the students enrolled in the Kokusai Kids Club in Toba.
I was thrilled to teach while there so we agreed to a 3 hour session, with approximately 30 students enrolled. Since our age gr0ups were younger than my usual classes (kids participating were aged 7 – 10 years), I decided to simplify the curriculum and present some very basic images for them to draw with chalk pastels on paper (as it was 40
While in Hong Kong for the Home Square 3D Illusion House Project, I had the pleasure of conducting a fun & informative 3 hour 3d chalk art workshop for select high school art students from the Hong Kong area. I get inquiries from people all around the globe on how to draw in 3D. Kids, especially, want to know how to draw in 3D, so it’s been very rewarding for me to add an educational component, via the workshop, to many of the contracted projects I engage in around the world. Last year’s workshops in India proved so productive for everyone involved that I